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Christmas Pinecone Blog Hop Card


Here are the cards that were created by other Ingenuity Inkers team members for the November Blog Hop. This time we were asked to create any Christmas card. Click on the links below to see the beautiful cards they created and then scroll down to see the card that I made, along with a YouTube video with instructions on how I made this card.

Linda Bedinger, Ink & Ingenuity Lucinda Veeck Gosden, Frabjous Cards Noreen Brungardt, Joy of Card

MJ Owens, Southwest Stamper


I created my Blog Hop card with the gorgeous Christmas Pinecone Dies using Evening Evergreen and Soft Succulent cardstock. I also used the amazing Cork Specialty Paper and the Bark 3D Embossing folder for what I think is a really pretty, rustic card.

When I made my first card (right), I didn't emboss the Cherry Cobbler piece on the top of the card. Although I like this card, I do like the embossed card as well! I die cut and layered the pinecones with Soft Suede and Crumb Cake and finished it off with the pretty Chevron Weave Ribbon in Evening Evergreen. The sentiments for this card are from the Whimsical Tree Stamp Set.



I stamped the inside sentiment in Evening Evergreen and put a small piece of the Cork Specialty paper at the bottom of the card to tie the inside and outside together.


I hope you like this card and if you would like to create one of your own, you can watch my YouTube video to see just how I put this card together. If it's your first time stopping by my channel, I would love it if you would hit the subscribe button and add a comment.



Measurements and supplies for this card:

Evening Evergreen base - 11 x 4 1/4 scored at 5 1/2

Cherry Cobbler - 2 3/4 x 4

Cork Specialty Paper - 4 x 2 1/2

Evening Evergreen sentiment piece - 2 1/4 x 3/4

Very Vanilla inside piece - 5 1/4 x 4












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