12 WEEKS OF CHRISTMAS – WEEK 2!

 

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It’s Thursday and today I bring you the second week of our “12 Weeks of Christmas”.  Today it is Virginia’s turn to bring you the project that I am sharing.  Check this out!

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It is a cute little Christmas Village scene in a Card in a Box.  How sweet is it??? These are great too as they fold flat to fit in a standard size envelope.

Virginia has used Basic Black and Very Vanilla A4  cardstock. The Designer Series Paper used is the ‘Typeset’ pack from the Annual Catalogue.  The cute houses are from the set ‘Holiday Home’ from the Holiday Catalogue.  They have been stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and coloured with Blendabilities. The gold stars have been punched from Gold Glimmer Paper and some have been ‘suspended’ by gluing them to strips of the Window Sheet.  The Christmas trees are from the same Holiday Home stamp set, stamped in Mossy Meadow while the brown trees were double stamped in Baked Brown Sugar and Crumb Cake inks.  Virginia added some accents on the trees by dabbing on Versamark ink and sprinkling Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder and heat setting with a heat gun. Here is a close-up so you can see them.

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You can create any scene in these little “Card in a Box” type cards.

Now how would you like to get all the goodies to make this card in a box and pay a special Latte Girls 12 Weeks of Christmas Bundle price?  Here’s what you’ll get …

Latte Girl’s 12 Weeks of Christmas Bundle Two (2)
Purchase this bundle for $85.90 and you will get the Glimmer paper for Free!

You can drop me an email (or add a comment and I will get back to you) with your order OR shop Online at my store HERE.

Want to know how I made the base for this?  You can get the instructions by dropping me an email or a comment.

Thanks for stopping by to see this week’s project.

 

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One thought on “12 WEEKS OF CHRISTMAS – WEEK 2!

  1. Holy Cow! (we say that over here) Wow I like the more elongated box for this idea! However, I rarely delve into 3-D I’m just not that ambitious! This is Amazing!

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