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Christmas in the Village

First Christmas

Come to Bethlehem

Inspiration for cards is all around you.  Today's Card was inspired by a pretty picture of a Christmas Bedroom. Wouldn't you just love to cuddle up in this festive bedroom?

Our Creativity Blooms Color Combo is Riding Hood Red, Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Sahara Sand and Silver.   

Robin's Card Tips

  • Silver Glimmer Paper and Pearl Basics Jewels were just what was needed to create the illusion of light.
  • The Wise Men were stamped with Sahara Sand Ink and our Verse was stamped with Always Artichoke Ink.
  • After stamping my focal point, I embossed with my Stripes embossing folder.
  • My Snowflake was cut with the Snow Flurry die and Silver Glimmer Paper.
  • To add a bit of Rustic Riding Hood Red, I used a bit of Fan Fair Designer Series Paper which is not Christmas paper, but just what I needed.
Creativity Blooms 30-031


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Card Supplies

  • Come to Bethlehem
  • Fan Fair Designer Paper
  • Silver Glimmer Paper
  • Very Vanilla and Whisper White Card Stock
  • Medium Very Vanilla Envelope
  • Always Artichoke and Sahara Sand Ink
  • Basic Pearl Jewels & Linen Thread
  • Stripes embossing Folder
  • Glue Dots



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