Christmas to Remember

I love the Christmas to Remember stamp set! It is filled with verses to use on Christmas cards and it can be purchased as a bundle with the Christmas Pinecone Die set which has two simply AWESOME large pine bough dies as well as some pine cones to accessorize the boughs.

This card is one that I created to exchange in a swap that I did. The large pine boughs were cut into 3 sections and then each section was used for one card. The pine boughs are created with 4 layers of die cuts each from a different die.

Needle Shadow of Soft Succulent

Needles of Evening Evergreen

Pine Cone of Crumb Cake

Pine Cone Details of Soft Suede

The greeting is stamped on a label that has been die cut with the Scalloped Contours Dies. The pretty ribbon is also from the Painted Christmas Suite.

The first card that made when designing the card that I wanted to swap was a bit different.

The greeting was stamped on a piece of basic white that hadn’t been die cut. I like the way that the ribbon sits at the top the greeting on this design, but I did like the die cut label too.

I usually share Swap Cards that I have received from other demonstrators on my Swap Card Friday Blog Post but I have one using the Christmas Pinecone Dies that uses the entire pine bough die cut that I wanted to share with you today. This card was created by Connie Plaumann.

Christmas Pinecones by Connie Plaumann

Connie used the Tailor Made Tags Die to create the greeting tag. This card shows how the bough die cuts look uncut, with the whole piece used on one card.

Lots of fun ways to use the Christmas Pine Cone Dies and the Christmas to Remember greetings can be used on any Christmas card. If you like these products, be sure to check out the whole Painted Christmas Suite. There is another stamp set, dies and fun embellishments.

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