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Color Fusers Blog Hop for December 2020

Hello to you today.  Welcome to the Color Fusers Blog Hop for December.  We are using Pretty Peacock, Night of Navy, and Granny Apple Green.  You might have just come from Tami's blog.  Did you know she has been named a member of the Artisan Design Team?  You'll love her sample!

These are beautiful colors.  I couldn't resist making a Christmas card.   I'm using the Stitched Triangle dies and lots of designer paper!

Color Fusers December Project by Jo Anne Hewins

The base of this card is Thick Whisper White.  It measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and is scored at 4 1/4.

A large snowflake has been stamped randomly over the front of the card.  I stamped off two times in Pretty Peacock.  The stamp set is Snowflake Wishes.

For the trees, I used the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th triangles from the outside of the tall isosceles triangles.  I have nine trees on the front of the card.  Papers used are from the following papers:  Neutrals 6 x 6, Brights 6 x 6, Whale of a Time 6 x 6, and Brightly Gleaming Specialty Designer Series Papers.

Once cut lay out the trees until you get them just as you wish.  I took a picture with my phone to make sure I remembered how I had them.  Then start gluing from the back to the front.  The front trees are added with dimensionals.

Color Fusers December Close Up by Jo Anne Hewins

The saying is from the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set.  I have used this set so much this Christmas.  Stamp in Versamark on Whisper White.  Emboss with Gold Emboss Powder and your Heat Tool.  Cut out with the Stitched Shapes smallest oval.

Wrap some of the gold twine from the Forever Greenery Trim Combo Pack around the card and tape down so that the tape is under the tag.  Glue down the tag.  Add a bow of the gold twine with a glue dot.

Add lots and lots of different sizes of the Gold Glitter Enamel Dots.

Color Fusers December Inside of Card by Jo Anne Hewins

The saying inside the card is from the Snowman Season stamp set.  Stamp in Versamark and emboss in gold.  I have added three more trees and add more Gold Glitter Enamel Dots.

Color Fusers December Offering by Jo Anne Hewins

Up next is Nicolle.  You will love her project!  I know it!

Thanks so much for joining us today.  The Color Fusers hop will see you next year!  Merry Christmas!

 

Here's our Color Fusers blog hop list.

Melissa Kerman
Tami Hewlett
Jo Anne Hewins
Nicolle Belesimo
Brenda Nelson
Melanie Hockin https://wp.me/pcu4VC-l7
Gail Ellis
bonnie oneill

 

Color Fusers December DSP Project by Jo Anne Hewins

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Tami Hewlett

GORGEOUS card Jo Anne!!! Love the overall design and beautiful papers you chose. Really stunning. xxx

Tami Hewlett

GORGEOUS card Jo Anne! Love the overall layout and beautiful papers you chose. Really stunning!!!! xxx

Jo Anne Hewins

Thank you so much Tami!

Sheri

Beautiful card!

Melanie Hockin

What a fun way to showcase so many designer series paper patterns Jo Anne! Love it!

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks so much, Sheri.

Nicolle Belesimo

I just love all the different patterns of the papers on your card. What a great way to use this month's colors!

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks Melanie.

Jo Anne Hewins

Thank you, Nicolle.

Melissa Kerman

Such a fun card! I love it!

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