I wanted to make another special birthday card for a friend and knew I wanted to use the pinecones again! My friend, Tammy, lives on a beautiful acreage filled with lots of trees and has a barn filled with chopped wood for the winter. She inspires me often with cardmaking and scrapbooking! I decided to use the layout from Freshly Made Sketches this week.

I used the largest of the Wood Slices dies and inked them up with Ground Espresso distress oxide ink. I assembled my card first this time and then added some snow spatters afterwards.

Paper: Vanilla Malt, Paper Bag, Ground Coffee (Lawn Fawn); Solar White (Neenah)
Ink: Ground Espressp distress oxide (Tim Holtz)
Stamps: Opposites Attract (The Greetery)
Dies: BotaniCuts Pine Bough, Wood Slices, Nordic Frames (The Greetery)

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  1. Oh this is gorgeous! Such a wonderful use of those fabulous products from The Greetery and the white splatter is the perfect finishing touch! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

  2. This card has such fabulous texture and gorgeous details! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

  3. Great card, I love the die cute you used and have it on my list of "to gets" soon!

  4. It's gorgeous, Allie! I'm very excited to CASE this card!!


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