Rudolph Day challenge at Sarn's blog Stamping For Pleasure, where we are required to make two or more Christmas cards or projects. I set out to make two identical CAS cards using this quirky little Christmas tree stamp from Chocolate Baroque. I first cut and folded two white 4.25" square cards and stamped the image with Versafine olympia Green ink. As I went to add a little colour I realised that I had stamped one of them upside down so I cut the front of the card off and trimmed it down a bit and then looked for something to mount it on. I found a sheet of red pearlised card that would do the trick, and then decided that while I was cutting one small card from it I may as well cut two.I then stamped the image once again on what had been the back of the original card and hey presto! three cards from two. I used Sakura sparkle pens for the colouring and alternated the colours on some of the baubles so they weren't quite exactly the same.The greeting is also from Chocolate Baroque.
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