In Maine we had a huge snowstorm. Almost a foot of snow and my huge maple tree came crashing down in large chunks.! Two thirds of it fell, luckily it didn’t take down any power lines or crash through the rooftop. I tried stamping since I couldn’t go outside. The constant checking on trees made to hard to focus.
I was only able to complete one card. These have bee around for several years. I originally wanted to make elf shoes that went around K-cups. I thought it would make the cutest present. The Top Note die was too small. (I may have to try to draw something large enough.)
I decided to cut the top note pieces to make a card. Cut the top note from center to center the long way first. Each half will make one pair of elf shoes. Next, take the long piece and cut that in half at the center point. I used punches to cut the curves of the shoes.
I placed the 1″ circle punch on the outer edge and punched about 3/4 of a circle. I used the small oval punch for the top cuff of the boot- just enough to give it a slight curve. The gold pompons were punched with a small circle punch that has retired. I bet the large circles from the owl punch will work. For the stockings, I cut 1″ strips of designer series paper. The card base was embossed with the Polka Dot embossing folder.
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