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Yummy Christmas

Recently I traveled on the Symphony of the Seas for a Caribbean Scrap & Paper Cruise put on by Jennifer Gulch.  We had so much fun!  I want to share with you a card that we made on the cruise.

Yummy Christmas by Jo Anne Hewins

The Yummy Christmas stamp set was one that I didn't buy from the Holiday Catalog.  No, I did not buy one of everything.  I wish I could!  The gingerbread house calls for lots of coloring.  It's a lot of fun if you like coloring and if you don't do a lot of them all at one time!

The card base is Crumb Cake that is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded at 4 1/4.

Add a layer of the Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper cut to 4 x 5 1/4.  The house looks great on this paper!  The next layer is Crumb Cake that measures 2 1/2 x 4.  Add this layer with dimensionals.

Stamp the house and two trees from the Yummy Christmas stamp set in Memento Black ink on Whisper White.  Use Blends to color.  I used Light Real Red, Light Shaded Spruce, Light Crumb Cake, Dark Daffodil Delight, and Light Soft Suede.

Yummy Christmas Close Up by Jo Anne Hewins

Cut the gingerbread house out with the Cuckoo Clock dies.  These are in the Annual Catalog.  You'll have to fussy cut the trees.  Add the house and trees with dimensionals.

The saying is from the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set.  Stamp in Memento Black ink and punch it out with the Classic Label Punch.  Add with dimensionals.

Tie a bow of Linen Thread and add a couple Jingle Bells.  Add with a glue dot.

Yummy Christmas Cards by Jo Anne Hewins

Don't you love these cards!

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