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Di's Digi Stamps Christmas Crew Card

Di's Digi Stamps Christmas Crew are front and center on today's Christmas card, framed by my favorite Toga polaroid die

This digi is so cute I don't think it needs much embellishment, hence the polaroid frame. I use this die and the banner (part of the die) a lot, and every time I do it looks great, e.g.these Monster Christmas, Magic Birthday, and Purple Monster Halloween cards.

Paper is Claire Fontaine Touch Noel paper pad. A velvet brad with the tines cut off gives a bit of bling. The sentiment was created with ??? oops-didn't-make-a-note-can't-tell-you font.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, Claire Fontaine Touch Noel paper pad 
Digital stamps – Di's Digital Stamps Christmas Crew
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Dies – Die-namics rectangle stax, Toga Polaroid
Embellishments – brad with tines cut off
Font – ???

I'm linking up with: Merry Little Christmas Challenge #27 – ATG Christmas, Krafty Chicks #528 – Christmas, Crimbo Crackers #217 – ATG Christmas, Colour Crazy Challenge Week 40 – ATG,  and Gem of a Challenge Week 21 – ATG.


  1. So cute! I love that frame. Awesome papers too! I'll have to look up that font. ;-)

    1. Hihihi...I probably could look up that font, but I'm just too lazy.

  2. Just gorgeous Shanni!! xx

  3. Beautiful colours and design, Shani. Hope you are well xxx

  4. I LOVE YOUR CARD.. I love your coloring of these cute images. The background papers and layout is awesome. This is so darling. Thanks for sharing over at Colour Crazy challenge.

  5. Awe ... what a sweet image and beautiful design! Thanks so much for playing in our challenge at Merry Little Christmas!
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop by for a visit.

  6. Wonderful Christmas card! Thank you so much for playing along with our Christmas week over at Krafty Chicks Challenge oxoxoxoxo

  7. Oooh so sweet, fabulous card! Thanks for joining Colour Crazy Challenges, good luck! Dawn Colour Crazy DT


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