Pals Holiday Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Stampin' Pretty Pals Holiday Blog Hop.  I'm stop #11 on the hop.  The complete list of 21 hoppers and their blog links are below.  Get ready for loads of inspiration and amazing talent.  

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My project for the hop is a simple holiday card that garners it's personality from the "glam-azing" candy canes. 

STAMPIN' PRETTY TIP:  The candy canes were created using the Stampin' Up! Stocking Accents Originals Die (Holiday Mini Catalog) and Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine.  I first cut the candy canes with Red Glimmer Paper and a second time in Whisper White.  Perforated lines make it easy to snip out and adhere Whisper White stripes to the Red Glimmer cane.

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Stamp Set:  Warmest of Wishes (Hostess Rewards, W122670, C122672)
Paper:  Red Glimmer Paper (121790), Crumb Cake (120953), Basic Black (121045), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Basic Black (101179)
Cool Tools:  Owl Builder Punch (118074, small circle accents on sentiment), Stocking Accents Originals Die (Holiday Mini Catalog, 124099), Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die (120893), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Paper Snips (103579)
The Perfect Touch:  Neutrals Brads (118636(, Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

 

 

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List of Pals Hoppers:

2. Julie Trevett-Smith at http://www.thestampinaffair.com/
3. Maxine Conrad at http://www.stamptothemax.com/
4. Jessica Ying at http://www.yoyostamping.com/
6. Jennifer Takacs at http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/jenntakacs/blog
10. Kylie Nicolosi at http://www.kyliescraftycorner.blogspot.com/
13. Ann Schach at http://www.stampinchic.com/
16. Cindy Hall at http://prettyimpact.com/
19. Kris Kilcoyne at http://kweenbee.typepad.com/
20. Camila McManus at http://www.obxscrapbook.wordpress.com/
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19 Comments:

  1. Beautiful card and a great technique!

  2. Cute and festive card, Mary! That glimmer paper is the best for gorgeous yet easy bling!

  3. Beautiful holiday card!!!

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  4. Great card, Mary. Bright, clean, and very festive!

  5. love the glittery candy canes. thanks for the simple, clean card.

  6. Love the candy canes!

  7. What a neat card, Mary! I love the sparkle!

  8. you create the lovliest cards by far! thanks for sharing your talent! nancy

  9. YAY! I love blog hop days!
    You’ve created another lovely card Mary. Thanks for all the inspiration!

  10. What a great idea to use the glimmer paper, such a pretty card, so CAS and beautiful! Love it.

  11. Carol Carriveau

    Wonderful card, Mary! I just got this die and am anxious to try making the candy canes this way! Thanks for the inspiration!

  12. Bold and dramatic yet fun! Love this Mary.

  13. Michele in IL.

    Very pretty, thank you for sharing and the blog hop.

  14. Julie Trevett-Smith

    You have such fantastic ideas! The candy canes are dazzling and quite the show stopper. I really like the neutral tones you paired them with too. Amazing!

  15. Jennifer Takacs

    Gorgeous card, Mary! The pop of red against the neutrals is so handsome and elegant.

  16. Love those bright and sparkly candy canes!

  17. The candy canes are PERFECT for this classy card! Stocking Accents is on my list!!!

  18. Mary how cute this is! Now I just have to get that die.
    Hugs

  19. Mary, I love this! How clean and bold, and Christmas-y! Great candy canes! And that Tasteful Trim die…pretty soon I really won’t be able to live without it, haha! 🙂

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