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poppystamps Whittle Rudolph Pinpoint Shaker Ornament Card and Giveaway Winner!

Hi cardmakers and friends!  Today is the DAY to announce the winner of the NEW Memory Box Sleigh Horse Frame Die from the post, HERE!

DRUMROLL!  CYMBAL CRASH!

The WINNER IS…. comment #29 Shirley Lee with her comment…

Shirley L.

Your card is stunning! I love everything about it, and it reminds me of the days when I lived in Illinois. It always amazes me how you can make a card using all different kinds of dies and put it together beautifully! what creativity! I checked out Cindy’s blog, and she has some great ideas, too. Thanks for sharing this beautiful card.

Thank you Shirley L. and congrats!  I will email you!

I have this cute card to share with you today!  When I saw these NEW Whittle dies from poppystamps I was all over them but I’ve been slow getting them made up! Fortunately there’s still time!  yay!  I started with this super cute Rudolph.  When I found these little snowballs at the Dollar Tree store (everything’s a dollar) I just knew I had to use them in a shaker!

I die cut the NEW poppystamps Pinpoint Shaker Ornament die in Silver Foil/Mirror cardstock first, then in fun foam two times.  Now fun foam stretches when you die cut it so I usually end up clipping out a 1/16th of an inch or so on each side and fitting them back together…not much but enough that it doesn’t hang over the top cut!  I use liquid glue to adhere them together.

Don’t forget to stick in your piece of acetate!  I die cut it with one of the Retro Ornaments dies. Oh, I also cut the ornament backer piece with the Retro Ornaments die.  

I heat embossed the NEW Memory Box Typewriter Holiday Elements background stamp in white, trimmed it to 5 inches square.  Adhered that panel to a 5 ¼ inch square of kraft cardstock that I ink blended the edges with Gathered Twigs Distress ink and the mini ink blending tool. Then that to a 5 ½ inch square white card base.

The poppystamps Stitched Alpine Snowflake Band is 3 die cuts glued together and then glued flat to the card.

Then I decided to glue on some bits I clipped off of a couple die cut poppystamps Shasta Twigs die cuts.  Love that about Christmas…adding green and red bits just makes me happy! lol

Here we are at the inside…I actually remembered to take a picture!!! That’s a miracle! haha

I used the super, super CUTE NEW sentiment set from poppystamps called Merry Everything. You can combine stamps to make really fun expressions AND the die is included in the set!

Everything MERRY

We wish you a MERRY Christmas

Wishing you a MERRY and bright Christmas

Have yourself a MERRY Little Christmas

and more! They’re all separate and some cute small icon stamps too!  I love the little snowflake… I should’ve stamped it here in the inside too!  Oh well, I still can! lol

Thank you for visiting my blog today!  Hope I’ve made you smile or my card has!  At least we know Shirley L. will be smiling! hehe  Thank you again for your support and for commenting on the giveaway post!  I didn’t get everyone replied to ‘cyberly’ but my thoughts were thanking you!  😀

Poppystamps – 1924 Stitched Alpine…
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Poppystamps – 2118 Whittle Rudolph…
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Poppystamps – 2085 Pinpoint Shaker…
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Poppystamps – 1276 Retro Ornaments…
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Poppystamps – 1748 Shasta Twigs craft…
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Memory Box – CL5234 Typewriter…
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Poppystamps – CL465 Merry Everything…
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14 thoughts on “poppystamps Whittle Rudolph Pinpoint Shaker Ornament Card and Giveaway Winner!

  1. Congrats to Shirley! I love your shaker card you’re sharing today! Darling reindeer, pretty snowflakes, ornament and greenery! I am loving all the cute Whittle dies… so far I just have the fox!

  2. Congratulations, Shirley! Enjoy your happy Mail! Pam, this card is so sweet! Someone will do the happy dance at their mailbox when this card arrives! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. Sheesh, Pam, I got to the inside and loved the sentiment/die set so much I almost forgot about the front. Scroll back… totally love the shaker ornament! I never go to the dollar store, but thinking I should. Would love some of those snowballs! Also, the stamped background — think of all the colors you could have. I like your soft color combo on this. Congrats to your winner!

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