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TGF's December Retro-Fresh!

Hello!  Back again to share TGF's December Retro-Fresh challenge.  This month is to create a Christmas/Holiday card using non-traditional colors.  I made 2 cards.  The first was a mistake because I forgot that it was retro-fresh and the stamp I used was a new one, not at least 6 months old.  So I made another one in the same style.

This was my first card but I used WS James!  Everything is heat embossed in white onto black cardstock.  That's pretty non-traditional right?  The sentiments are from CC Designs.

Here's my second one that has WS Ryan.  Same but different.

Check out TGF's blog for more non-traditional Christmas/Holiday cards!

Thanks for reading!


Comments

Cheryl said…
Neat effect with the white on black!
What an awesome creation. I want to try this on a future project.
Hugs, Dangina
Oooh got to try one out like this...
Love it... Pretty effects to it!
Denice said…
A winter wonderland of white embossing...very cool! Sorry you had to make two cards, but now you're one card ahead of schedule!
:Dxx
RiNNE said…
You are so good at embossing!! This is awesome sauce!!!

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