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Memory Box Clementine Border and Celebrate dies…

Hi everyone! My goal this week was to work with Memory Box’s new Glitter cardstock 6×6 pads. For this card I used the NEW Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad.  (my photos don’t do it justice, taking photos took longer than making the card, ugh)

I die cut the new Clementine Border die in two colors but left all the pieces in the bottom color.  The pieces all stayed in… amazing cardstock! The top color is the same as the card panel and the pieces popped out fine. I just glued it over the top of the bottom darker cut.

The new Celebrate die is cut from the darker of the two also (I just used one cut)… really pretty soft color.


I glued the borders on the sides of an A2 size glitter panel, glued the sentiment to a strip of vellum and wrapped it around the panel and glued it on the back.  Then I adhered the panel to an A2 size cardbase.

This card is ready for any celebratory occasion!  Nice and sparkly!

Thank you for clicking over today! A couple more cards to share this week and then be ready because the Christmas Memory Box and poppystamps release is coming the 27th!  I’m so excited!  You are going to LOVE it!

Products I used for this card…

Memory Box – 94426 Clementine Border…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94393 Celebrate Cursive…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box 6×6 paper pad – GP1001…
[ STR | SSS ]

8 thoughts on “Memory Box Clementine Border and Celebrate dies…

  1. Wowie, all that glittery cardstock is amazing! Perfect for a celebration of any kind. I love the idea of 6×6 glitter paper! I have a pad of DCWV glitter paper, but it won’t die cut worth a darn because of some kind of plastic or vinyl backing. It’s the strangest thing. Beautiful pastel colors, though. Love the MB dies and your gorgeous card!

  2. Very pretty, Miss Pam!!! Loving the beautiful sparkle! Thanks for sharing! Been a very busy girl here – not much time for creating or commenting…sorry!!!

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