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Sunday 2 October 2022

Oh Christmas Tree

 I put this card together today using Tim Holtz tree die. I placed a black matt on the front of card base. I die cut the white front panel (after printing out the sentiment from my laptop).  

I adhered the front panel to card base using double sided foam tape.  I placed the die cut back inside the aperture onto the black card below, to give small dimension, after cutting away part of the right side of the tree.  

The reason for cutting a portion from the tree inside the aperture was so that it wasn't too confusing and busy with all the branches.

I die cut 3 trees and stacked them and offset them from the aperture. 

Thank you for popping in to visit and hope to see you again real soon,

Elaine xx

This has been entered into the following challenges

Double trouble Lets Punch it out 10/10 TOP THREE

A Place to start AG's 01/11 1/8 entries

#TTCRD AG's 27 Sept  15/10 1/4 entries

Creative Fingers 239 AG's 11/10 1/3 entries

The corrosive Challenges Ag's 10/11 1/4 entries

International Art and Soul 143 Wood/Trees 01/11 1/3 entries

ABC Christmas Challenge Snow and/or trees 10/10 u


  1. What a beautiful way to showcase a die, such a wonderful CAS card! Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble.

  2. I have this die and have used it several times; but the way you put them together is very interesting, unique and creative... CAS and beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble.

  3. Love the clean lines on your card - it’s very striking. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble :)

  4. Thanks for joining us at A Place to Start this month for our Anything Goes. optional Circles and Squares challenge

  5. Gorgeous creation Elaine, the simple colours are so effective :) Thank you for joining us this fortnight for our Trees/Wood challenge at International Art & Soul. Hugs Mimi xxxx

  6. What a beautiful CAS design - so stylish and chic!
    Thanks for sharing with us at ABC Christmas Challenges.

  7. Sorry for the tardy comment! This is beautiful! I must try this with my TH dies! Thanks for the inspiration and for playing along at A Place To Start!


Thank you for your comments. I really do appreciate them and they make my love of crafting much more worthwhile.
Hugz Elaine xx


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