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NEW Memory Box dies!!!


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I know…Christmas already?!!!  YES!  You are going to love so much of this Memory Box and poppystamps release!  : )

Here’s the NEW Corby Ornament die…I die cut it in green and red card-stocks, trimmed the green branches and leaves from the green cut and glued them on the red cut with Tombow Mono Multi glue.  The red cut stayed intact. It was easy to do because most of the green is connected.

With a gold gel pen, I colored the little flowers and circle buds.

I die cut the NEW Drop Ornament Layers die in metallic gold card-stock and glued the Corby Ornament on top of it.




The NEW Blissful Bundle die I cut in green card-stock.  For the red berries, I just placed a small piece of red card-stock over the die where the berries were and ran it though my Big Shot. I used a little piece of scotch tape on the back side of the green cut to hold the red berries in place.

I glued the two extra pine branch cuts behind the berries and used a mounting square to adhere the Blissful Bundle to the top of the Corby ornament.

I mounted the ornament to a top folding, A2 size, red card base with mounting squares and added the gold May Arts 1/4 in. wired gold ribbon.

Next I want to die cut these in watercolor paper and watercolor them!

The Corby Ornament is so pretty, it’ll be awesome cut from everything!  Glittery, sparkly, glitzy goodness!



Next up…




I die cut the NEW We Wish You die two times, once in red and once in black cardstock.  I glued the black cut over the red but left the poinsettia petals showing in red. I die cut the medium bow from the  NEW Stitched Bows die in red card-stock and glued it together.  I used thin mounting squares behind the petals, leaves and bow to adhere it to the vellum panel.  Then I put thin mounting squares on the vellum, behind the petals, to adhere it to the white, A2, top folding, card base.

I love Poinsettias so I’m always excited to use these dies! Under the vellum overlay, I embedded the NEW Poinsettia Border die two times.  HERE is the video on how to do this technique….I love it!




I added two black enamel dots and then tried to capture it on camera! lol  I think it takes me longer to take pictures than it takes to make a card! lol




Cindy at will have these in stock tomorrow!  Click over and read her info about  ordering and shipping this time.  She also has the Tombow Mono Multi glue, Score Tape, card-stock, Doodlebug Enamel Dots and lots more!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Thank you for all the wonderful comments… I didn’t get replies made after the last post.  Things kinda went haywire here… I’ll spare you the details! ugh.  I read them all, smile so big and am encouraged to make more cards!  Thank you for being a kindred stamper friend… I appreciate it!  More cards coming soon!

p.s. I saw that Simon Says Stamp has their brand stamps and dies 25% off HERE. Use code ‘simon25’ Ends tonight!  Shopping!!! lol


15 thoughts on “NEW Memory Box dies!!!

  1. Beautiful Christmas dies and how pretty the cards are. I’m just not there yet (in the Christmas spirit). Have a friend coming the end of this month and we are going to get creative.

  2. Beautiful as always!!! I think I am going to like many of these new dies!!! All I have to do is find time to play with them!!!! Things are hopefully going to slow down a little for us old folks-this has been a CRAZY summer so far-I haven’t had time to really stamp since April!!!!! I really miss it!! Keep inspiring me-so when I do have time-I will have lots of ideas. Hope your summer is going well!!!

  3. Now look what you have done Miss Pam…lol..and I thought I didn’t need many of the new dies…love love how you did the ornament…OUTSTANDING….GORGEOUS!! Trying to figure out how I would use the Blissful Bundle other than here. Love the others as well…but this is my fave…always beautiful creations.

  4. Beautiful Christmas Dies. They are just so wonderful. Your cards are amazing…Hugs, joann

  5. Pam, Love how you doubled the die cuts, very nice turn out. Can’t wait to try it myself.
    TFS, XO

  6. Pam both cards are simply beautiful. It’s not hard to think of Christmas time and cooler weather when it’s been so hot here. We really need some rain, there are all ready fires in the Northwest…ugh.

  7. Oh Pam these are heavenly!! You surely know how to use the Christmas dies that’s for sure!! Wow! Each one is stunning and your photography is amazing!! Just wow!!

  8. I KNOW you love doing Christmas cards. They are both gorgeous and will be a great start on you Christmas cards !!

  9. I love these cards, they are so beautiful and festive. I can’t wait to get started on Christmas cards…have a big family to make handmade cards for. I have the new poinsettia die and it’s beautiful. Your cards are absolutely fabulous. Thanks Pam, for sharing.

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