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Two Cards with Memory Box NEW Christmas Dies…

Merry Christmas in plaids!  Have you seen this new 6×6 Christmas Plaid pattern paper pad from Memory Box?  Some beautiful plaids with gold accents! I used two of the designs for my cards today.

I love the masculine feel of these two cards and especially this one.  I die cut the Pointed Pine Needle Frame three times, glued them together and then over the top of the the plaid pattern that I die cut with a matching size from the Memory Box Rectangle Basics set.

I die cut the Bazzill Gummy Worms cardbase with the Memory Box Double Stitch Rectangle Cut Out die set. Then placed the Pine Needle frame in the cut out area.  I used Wrapped Stitched Rectangle dies on the back side, inside of the cardbase.

I added several small gold pearls just to bling it up a bit.

The NEW Memory Box Special Merry Christmas is die cut from gold Metallic cardstock.

Inside…Memory Box NEW Pointy Pine Needle Sprigs and sentiment from the MB Holiday Greenery clear stamp set.

Next card…

 

Have you been looking for an awesome Pinecone die?  Well, here it is and it’s so easy to put together!  The NEW Memory Box Pinecone Stackers die.

I die cut the pine cones in TE Toffee Cardstock.  I left them in the die and embossed the holes with a stylus and inked through the same holes with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink and the foam blending tool, using the die like a stencil.

When I took the pieces out of the die, I inked the edges with the same Distress ink and tool.

But, there’s NEW Glitter glue from Memory Box called Fairy Sugar!  Four beautiful holiday colors!  So I had to glam up the pinecones with the NEW Sunlit Gold Fairy Sugar!  ❤

I die cut the Forest Pine Branch in Toffee cardstock also and colored it with Copics, then added the NEW Dewdrop Fairy Sugar to the Pine Branches!  I really like this stuff.  It’s thinner and easy to spread and dries up so pretty!

I wanted to use a different sentiment die so I got out last years Merry Christmas Noted Script die and cut it in Metallic Gold cardstock.

I used the Double Stitch Rectangle Cut Out die again for the panel that I put on a metallic gold cardbase.  I’m getting a lot of mileage out of the Double Stitch Rectangle Cut Out die set. ❤

Both cards today are A2 size.  So happy with how these turned out. Check out the new release!  I’m going to do a few poppystamps dies next.

Thank you so much for stopping by!  I haven’t been able to reply to comments lately with all the card picture taking and editing… just so you know, I thank you and appreciate them very much!  It makes my day and makes me smile!

Here’s some of what I used to make these two cards…

Memory Box – 94483 Pointed Pine…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94499 Special Merry…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94360 Double Stitch…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94487 Pointy Pine Needle…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – CL5244 Holiday Greenery…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – PP1009 Christmas Plaid…
[ STR | SSS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe – Gummy Worms
[ STR ]
TE Premium Cardstock
[ TE ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS | TE | BLIC ]
Memory Box – 94357 Merry Christmas…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94481 Forest Pine Branch…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94486 Pinecone Stackers…
[ STR | SSS ]
Shiny Gold Pearl Embellishment…
[ STR ]
Memory Box SUNLIT GOLD Fairy Sugar…
[ SSS ]
Memory Box DEWDROP Fairy Sugar…
[ SSS ]
Memory Box SILVER LUMINA Fairy Sugar…
[ SSS ]
Memory Box RUBY Fairy Sugar Glitter…
[ SSS ]

13 thoughts on “Two Cards with Memory Box NEW Christmas Dies…

  1. Awesome Cards Pam. Very elegant inside and out!!! I’m Lovin’ this new release especially the Snow Globe dies that you shared previously!!! I’ve added them to my wish list. Have a great day!

  2. Pam these are stunning!! What elegant cards!! I love the gold 😉 heheh!! And even the inside is beautiful!! Gorgeous work on these!!

  3. Pam these are gorgeous!!! You don’t even have a sliver of glue sticking out anywhere-just so neat and beautiful!!

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