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Mistletoe and Holly...

Today I am playing along with The Friday Mashup challenge.  I thought this one looked like a lot of fun and it took me a while to find the stamp set that would look good “dissected”.  But I found this PTI stamp set called Mistletoe and Holly and put it to good use. 1

I stamped the image on PTI soft stone and then cut away.  After I added the ribbon and glued the image down, I added the SU! dazzling details.  I had to do this twice – cause guess what I did the first time.  Yep, added the glitter and then tried to cut.  Ugh, apparently I was not thinking! 2

I wanted to add the word holly at the bottom of the image but I didn’t like it there.  Then I decided the image could fill in for the holly, since it was holly!  So the sentiment reads “Wishing you a Holly Jolly Christmas”.  Kind of smart, right?

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white, soft stone.  Stamps:  PTI Mistletoe and Holly.  Inks:  SU! cherry cobbler and old olive.  Memento black.  Other:  SU! dazzling details cherry cobbler and cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon.


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OOooh! I love this design! : )

Thanks a bunch for selecting my for the Fab 5. You are too sweet.


Katie Skiff

BEautful. That would make an easy to replicate Christmas Card.

Sara Hoogendoorn

Oh, I love your clean and simple Christmas card, Jane! Just lovely. :) Thanks for joining us at the Friday Mashup.


This is SO pretty! That simple image does look fabulous dissected and the green and red sound out beautifully against the stone and white!

Thanks for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!


That should read "stand out", not sound out :)

Cindy Brumbaugh

Oh, how clever to break up the it! Red and Green and white- just lovely, Jane. TFS with the Friday Mashup this week:)

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