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Muse Christmas Vision #72

Hi Everyone,

I am back to stimulate you to pull out your Christmas supplies and play with us at the Muse Christmas Vision!


I pulled out my STAMPlorations supplies for this tag, stamps and the word die cut, which I cut in silver. The tag I also cut with the new tag builder from CUTplorations.


So, there are so many ways to CASE this - I am sure you'll find your own unique one! 

Linking up with:
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - Christmas to die for

Comments

*Vicki* said…
Oh my your tag is gorgeous!! I love the silver embossing everywhere and that vellum really adds a nice elegance about it!! ;0)
Mac Mable said…
Your tag is so effective. Such a vibrant colour for the background tag and loving the delicate vellum as an overlay and all set off with the eye catching silver die sentiment x
Bobby said…
I love the vellum over the snowflake studded blue tag, Cornelia. All the silver makes it so elegant.
Kim Heggins said…
Simply beautiful...love your adorable tags.
Anita in France said…
Gorgeous, Cornelia ... the dreamy vellum against the dark blue is fabulous enough ... with the silver it's just brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)
Cat Craig said…
Darling tag Cornelia. Looking forward to playing along at Muse.
Mandy said…
Wonderful tag Cornelia! I love the vellum with dark blue & silver, it looks lovely.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx
Lindsey said…
Beautiful tag, Cornelia! Thanks for the MCV inspiration.

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