Happy Tuesday!  Today, I am sharing a card I cased from the Annual Catalog!  I am featuring the Christmas Pines and Sheet Music.  I did add my own spin on the card. You can get the tutorial HERE!

Quick and easy Christmas card using Christmas Pines and Sheet Music.

• Thick Very Vanilla: 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” for card base;
• Very Vanilla: 4” x 5 ¼” (2 pieces)
• Early Espresso: 2” square
• Wood Textures DSP: 4 ¼” x 5 ½”

1. Score Thick Very Vanilla card base at 4 ¼” and fold.
2. Adhere DSP to the card base using liquid glue. Note: Tombow Mono Adhesive allows for proper placement of the DSP.
3. Using the Stamparatus, stamp the Sheet Music background on 1 piece of Very Vanilla in Crumb Cake Ink.
4. Using the remaining Very Vanilla Cardstock, stamp the sentiment and emboss using Copper embossing powder.
5. Adhere multipurpose adhesive sheet to Early Espresso Card Stock.
6. Die cut sentiment using the largest oval framelit. Sponge edges using Crumb Cake ink.
7. Die cut pine nuts using the Early Espresso Card Stock.
8. Stamp sprigs using Granny Apple Green and Shaded Spruce ink on top of the Sheet Music background. Sponge edges using Crumb Cake ink.
9. Adhere Sheet Music layer to card base. Adhere pine nuts on top of sprigs and place a Copper Trim bow on top using glue dots.
10. Adhere sentiment layer using dimensionals toward the bottom of the Sheet Music layer.

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