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Memory Box thanks…

Hi everyone!  Hope you had a wonderful and Merry Christmas!  Tim and I had a delightful Christmas Eve day with family. Here’s a ‘thanks’ card idea using a couple Memory Box dies I haven’t used yet!  I’ve been dreaming about the DeLacie Border die and decided early this a.m. that I’d do a white on white background with it.  Similar to a pattern paper or embossed card-stock look.

Here’s the dies I used and the steps to creating this card…

Cut the DeLacie Border die three times from a Memory Box white notecard and glue them to a Memory Box A-2 white Notecard for the background.

Cut the Gorgeous Gardenia Background die from a Memory Box white notecard.

Cut the Gorgeous Gardenia Outline die from glitter silver card-stock and a Memory Box Dill notecard.

Glue the silver Gardenia outline to the white Gardenia background and piece in the Gardnia leaves from the Dill.

Cut the Winterberry Sprig die three times out of glitter silver card-stock.

Cut the thanks die from glitter silver card-stock.

Cut the Pinecone Corner die from Memory Box Dill and Vanilla Bean card-stocks.  Trim and layer to fit under the Gardenia focal point.

I mounted the Gorgeous Gardenia to the card with mounting squares.  Then arranged the Pinecone  Corner cuts behind, gluing the ends flat.  Then I added in the Winterberry Sprig cuts, gluing the ends flat also.

I added silver domes in three sizes to the berries on the Winterberry Spring cuts.

Last, I glued the thanks cut on.  This is all die cuts, no stamping, no embossing.

Finished card is A-2 size!

Thanks for looking today!  ‘preciate it and happy after Christmas to you!

Links to the supplies I used…

14 thoughts on “Memory Box thanks…

  1. You are the only one I know that can take an embossing flower, and a couple of dies, and create magic. Sheesh….when I grow up I SO wanna be talented like you 🙂 Hugs…

  2. This is one beautiful card using some very beautiful MB dies. I love the way you have combined them to create the background, then used so many different ones to create the glittering focal image. TFS & Happy New Year.

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