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CUTplorations December Challenge

Hi Everyone,

its a new month and that means a new CUTplorations challenge !





And here is our wonderful picture:

My STAMPlorations supplies:
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Christmas Tree #2Peace Love Joy CUTplorations die

I used a wood grain embossing plate for my background. I spread alcohol ink onto that distressed gold card stock and die cut my word die. Used  my Cropadile to punch the little circles. The tree I had left over from last month CUTplorations card, you can see it HERE. Added Washi tape. 

Here is another view of it:



Our rules and prizes:
Players can link up as many projects as they want (1 project per blog post)
Players must use at least 1 STAMPlorations product (stamp, stencil, die, or coloring page, or digi stamp)
Prizes: $10 GC for the winner; $5 GC each to the 2 top picks
If there are more than 25 entries: 1 player will be randomly drawn to win her choice of CUTplorations dies worth up to $15

And now the good stuff:
From December 1 to 31, all stamps, stencils, and dies (except for products in the New Release and Retiring categories) are 30% off with code HOLIDAY2017 (good for 1 time use only and not combinable with other codes). With my code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA you get 20% off (includes all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store). You can purchase all other products and code can be used as many times as you wish

Sounds enticing? I sure hope so!
See you at the challenge!

 Linking up with:

QKR Stampede - anything goes
Dies-R-Us  - Christmas Carol (Oh Christmas Tree)

Grab our Badge!

Comments

Your card is wonderful. I love the gold enhanced card stock with those alcohol inks.
conil said…
Coloring the mirror cardstock with alcohol inks is so effective. Seems like I knew that...old age must be draining my brain. Anyway, I love the way it looks...so pretty, shiny and festive. Very Christmas-y and you got to use a leftover scrap. Yay!
Gorgeous card Cornelia! Love the effect of alcohol inks on the gold cs and your tree is so pretty! Thanks for joining our weekly challenge at QKR Stampede!

Brenda DT
Unknown said…
Alcohol ink on gold looks fabulous!!! I should try that too! And the silver Christmas tree is perfect for the rainbow ornaments! Great use of some die cut left over!!!
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...look at all those amazing colors! Love your festive Christmas card.
Darlene said…
So unique and BEAUTIFUL! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Christmas Carols’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
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Julie Odil said…
This is very pretty! Love the die cut. Thanks for joining us this week at QKR Stampede. Julie, DT member
Mac Mable said…
Clean, crisp and such a pretty card x

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