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Merry Christmas from the Elves!

Hello! The team from White Rose Crafts want to wish you the happiest of holidays. So, some of us are posting one more Christmas card to wrap things up. Or, unwrap, as I am sure that at this point, my living room floor is covered with paper.

For my card I used some of the "Kit Add-Ons", as well as a couple of items in the December Kit itself.

I started off by coloring "Elfish Antics" by Heffy Doodle with Memento Markers. I colored all of the elements in the set, because I wasn't sure which pieces I would be using. After I fussy cut them all and started to lay them out, I omitted a few of the items, which I will save for a future project. I grabbed some striped paper from the December Kit to use as my ground. I inked my white card base with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink and then stamped it with Kaisercrafts's Fading Dots stamp (also in the Kit) with ScrapBerry Stain in Blue.

I used a piece of Mountain Rose colored Metallic cardstock (it is SO pretty!) for my sentiment. I stamped "Christmas Wishes" from the other stamp set included in the December Kit, which I inked with Spiced Chai StazOn ink.  Last, I adhered all of my pieces to my card base.

I hope you all enjoy the rest of the holiday season. I appreciate all of you that come to visit me. I hope to give you some fresh ideas in 2019! Please be sure to visit the White Rose Crafts Blog to see other holiday projects. Have an inspiring day!

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