Wow! A friend called the other day and said to me she was praying for peace. If only mankind could truly wish peace and goodwill to all. I have to say I am praying for peace right a long with her!
I made a short video to go along with this card… the Glowing Candles die lends itself to a type of paper piecing… call it die piecing! Hope it makes sense in the video… if not… feel free to ask me questions!
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I used Memory Box Card-stocks…
May Arts wired gold edged red ribbon… Red Glitter Domes and Versafine Onyx Black ink for stamping the Memory Box Sentiment
The dies I used…
Holly Holiday Frame Set
The stamp I used…
Again, the Perfect Layers tools to make the perfect 1/16th inch in and 1/2 inch borders…link in my sidebar and tutorials under the blog header.
Thanks for visiting today…hope this find you excited about creating Christmas cards! Take care everyone and see you next time!
Tools and Supplies I use…
26 thoughts on “Memory Box Glowing Candles…”
What a beautiful card! Love how you did the layering of the candles. Great video Pam!! Thanks so much for sharing.
I agree with Cathlynn! Beautiful card! I have that die and now I know how to paper piece it, thanks to you!!! Thank you for this informative video!!!
Oh my!!! I really like this die, at least YOU make me like this die!! Great Card Pam!
Love your card and the use of the dies and cardstock….I, too, love their cardstock…great quality.
What a great step-by-step and your system of getting the ‘color you want where you want it’ is fantastic. Now that I’ve been shown, the way to get the sprigs green is so simple, but believe me, I would have done it some terribly hard way had I not seen the method you used. The card is gorgeous. Of course, all your cards are gorgeous! TFS
P.S. Loved the tutorial….now I know I would have done those small green pieces the “hard way”….loved the tip.
Pam, your card is stunning! Love your video showing step by step how to layer your Memory Box die…..great video. Thanks for sharing your art of layering it’s a wonderful learning tool for all of us. Once again your card is beautiful. hugs, Ruth Ann
Glad you made a video on that one. Really impressive.Your tutorial was so helpful.
Oh Pam this is just gorgeous!! Thank you for the video and the very helpful pro tips!!!
Just beautiful Pam. You are such an inspiration with these videos & tips I certainly wouldn’t have thought of … Love this gorgeous creation & you even added ribbon & a bow. See I noticed !!! Great job lady.
Gorgeous color and die choices!
Beautiful card and wonderful video, Pam! TFS your tricks, I would have done it the hard way, lol. Hugs!
Hi Pam, Sorry I haven’t come by your blog in awhile! Your card is just gorgeous! I love how you used the gold card stock. It gives your card such a richness. I can’t believe that Christmas is just around the corner again! Where has the year gone! Have a wonderful weekend!
Amazing card … so beautiful and I love the red, gold and blue together. Loll xx
You are so clever !!! Great video on your technique. The card is out of this world gorgeous. Can’t wait to see it IRL tomorrow at club.
Another beautiful & amazing card! And your video was such a help! You make everything look so easy!
You are so clever !!! Great card with all your great details. Can’t wait to see it tomorrow at club.
Wow…..Your card is beautiful. The glowing candles are awesome. The holiday frame is gorgeous too! Thanks for the video. I wish I could afford all of these fabulous, fabulous dies. Thanks so much for sharing.
I saw this just after I made the white one and thought wow it looks just as fabulous in colours, love the frame behind it too.
What a beautiful card Pam! Thanks for sharing your technique! Loved it! 🙂 Nancee
Pam, this is amazing how you’ve layered (paper pieced) the die-cuts together. Definitely going to give this a try!! Loll xx
Just came to have a look after seeing Lolls version. Beautiful card, thank you so much for the tutorial,
Hi, Just surfed over from Loll’s blog and loved the way you used this beautiful MB die. I would never have considered trying this as I don’t paper piece well. Your video was greatly instructional and made it so easy to see exactly what you did. Thanks for sharing such a fab idea. I just signed to follow you via email, and hope you will visit if/and when you have time. (You may get this comment 2x, as it disappeared while I was typing) Merry Christmas
What a great tutorial…must look for that die…tfs…(Card is just lovely!)