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Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas

Linda Israel

Linda here to share a Christmas card. Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas I thought was the perfect theme.

On a scrap of White Cardstock, with Raven Detail ink stamp Brutus  and Friends (dog stamp) twice. Color with watercolor pencils. Cut out images. Place pop dots on back side of both dog images.

Stamp and emboss Merry Christmas on small rectangle round corners. Use Mini Chalk Ink Pad - Wagon to go around the edges.

Cut a 2 inch and a 1 and a half inch square of white cardstock. Stamp and emboss in gold the poinsettia from Sketched Holiday. Spray the large square with Summer Chalk Shimmer Sprays - Terracotta. Blend edges of square with Mini Chalk Ink Pad - Wagon. Go around the edges with embossing ink, emboss in gold. Take the 1 and a half inch square and spray with Green Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. Blend edges of square with Mini Chalk Ink Pad- Jurassic. Go around the edges with embossing ink, emboss in gold.

Use gold ribbon to tie bows for packages. Additional gold ribbon around the package. Place pop dots behind the green package.

Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas

Tie a red ribbon into a small bow for Brigitte. Place small rhinestones around her neck and one on the bow. Place a Santa hat on Brutus.

Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas

Cut Christmas scrapbook paper to fit front of card. Layer items on card.

Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas

This card was a lot of fun to make. Think outside the box when you pull out your stamps. It's okay to use stamps that are not Christmas stamps to make a fun Christmas card. Go down the Christmas decorations isle and look at all the small things they offer. You never know when something can be used on a card or scrapbook layout.

The key is to have fun! I hope you enjoyed this Brutus and Brigitte Merry Christmas card.

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  • Tanya Lochridge on

    I love this — double trouble. Also love all the gold embossing — some day soon I will jump into that arena!!


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