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Memory Box Poinsettia Circle Frame and Nativity Circle…

It was a Holy Night…this card…was a challenge but nothing compared to what Mary and Joseph faced! A beautiful reminder of what Christmas is all about!

I painted the die cuts with Gansai Tambi watercolors and metallics. Layered them together and placed them on a red glitter die cut circle.  A little gold stickles for the centers.

The sentiment is from the Bold Holiday Greetings stamp set, stamped in Ranger Archival Black ink with the MISTI.

I hope you’ve had a beautiful season of creating Christmas cards…hard to believe we’re closing in on the month of December already!  I could make Christmas cards all year!

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14 thoughts on “Memory Box Poinsettia Circle Frame and Nativity Circle…

  1. You stun me every time with your gorgeous Christmas cards, Pam. You have the dies to end all dies and you know how to use them. Love the font on the sentiment, too, and all the beautiful red and gold. WOW! You can just keep on making as many Christmas cards as you want as far as I’m concerned.

  2. Your hard work paid off Pam….so beautiful…love the gold and red…Can’t find the set you used for the Bluebird set. Never even heard of those stamps and dies…always teaching me something…just when I think I know them all…and here comes more….Merry Merry Christmas….Blessings to your and yours. Hugs, Vickie

  3. Lovely card, Pam. I love making Christmas cards, too, and plan on continuing to make cards in January for 2019 since all the supplies are out. You are a real inspiration with the beautiful cards that you make. Thanks for all your hard work. Merry Christmas!

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