Pretty Copper Pinecone & Wreath Christmas Card

Here we are with another use for the pine branch stamp from the Peace this Christmas stamp set.

This card was very easy and simple to make – all you need to start, is to draw around a drinking glass with a pencil to make your guide. Then stamp around the circle with the branch stamp in different shades of green. I then finished the card with some copper heat embossing. If you don’t want to fussy cut the pinecones, you can simply heat emboss them straight onto your card.


8 1/4″ x 5 3/4″ – Score at 4 1/8″ on the long side
Mat – 5 1/5″ x 3 14/16″

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Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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