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Delicate Baubles

It is Thursday and time for the Create with Connie & Mary Challenge.  This week it is a color challenge. This was a fun one.  


I had planned to make. a card for each possible color combination for the challenge but sadly I ran out of time.  It is still something that I hope to do soon.  I chose to use Evening Evergreen to go with the Crumb Cake and Early Espresso.


I used the Delicate Baubles Dies and cut out the ornament on the Basic White CS layer.   I embossed the Basic White layer using the Merry Melody 3D folder and layered it on to the Crumb Cake layer. I cut the ornament in Early Espresso and Evening Evergreen CS and inlaid the Early Espresso ornament on to the Basic White CS.  The rest of the pieces were attached and put together like a puzzle.  Sounds a little tedious but I like puzzles so to me it is very satisfying.  


The sentiment is from the Sparkle of the Season set stamped in Early Espresso ink on a Crumb Cake Stitched Rectangle.  A few 2021-23 In Color Jewels were attached to the card to add a little sparkle.  The top of the ornament is a bow tied using the Evening Evergreen 3/8" Open Weave Ribbon.

Be sure to check out what the rest of the Design Team created for this challenge.  

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