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Peekaboo Christmas Tree!

More playing with In the Pines. Why not, it's such a fun stamp set with so many things you can do! I love the peek-a-boo Christmas tree from the coordinating Pine Woods dies. Here I layered it on two very different designer series papers. Which do you prefer?


The one on the left is layered first on Artistry Blooms DSP, which is layered on Feels Like Frost DSP, layered on Gilded Autumn DSP, then layered on whisper white before being finished with some bling. The one on the right is layered on Artistry Blooms DSP, then layered on garden green cardstock with was run through the Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine with the greenery embossing folder, and layered on whisper white, before being finished with gold trim from Forever Greenery (which frays beautifully!) and a couple of leaves from Forever Gold Specialty DSP.

Ingredients: Pine Woods dies; garden green cardstock, whisper white cardstock; Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine; liquid glue, mini glue dots. For the card on the left: Feels like Frost DSP, Gilded Autumn DSP. For the card on the right: Forever Gold Specialty DSP, gold trim from Forever Greenery.

Directions:

Left: put the peek-a-boo die on 4.25x3.25 garden green cardstock and cut the tree out. Place a small piece of Artistry Blooms behind the peek-a-boo parts. layer on 4.5x3.5 Feels like Frost DSP, layer on 5x4 Gilded Autumn DSP, layer on 5.5x4.25 whisper white cardstock card. Add bling on the tree.

Put the peek-a-boo die on 3.5x2.25 Artistry Blooms DSP and run through the Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine to cut out. Layer on the opposite side of the DSP, leaving a blank area where the trunk shows through. Cut a 5.25x4 inch piece from garden green cardstock, and run through the Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine using the greenery folder in the middle of the piece of cardstock, leaving both sides unembossed. Layer on 5.5x4.25 whisper white cardstock card. Add two leaves from Forever Gold Specialty DSP in upper left corner of the top layer. Make a bow from the gold trim from Forever Greenery and add to trunk with a glue dot and finish with bling on the top of the tree.

Which do you prefer? Leave a note and let me know!

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