Fresh, Clean and Simple Christmas-FMS #253/SIP #64

Hi everyone!
I have been pretty busy with a lot of projects and WORK (Boo! No fun at all!) but I was lucky enough to have THREE days off this week! My boss is THE BEST!
So I decided to play with a couple challenges! Here is my card!




Here are the details on my card!

Ink: (SU!) Real Red
Stamp: (SU!) Merriest Wishes
Dies/Framelits: (SU!) Merry Tags Framelits/Pretty Pines Thinlets
Paper: Kraft Cardstock/(SU!) Hello December 2016 Project Life card
Supplies: Wink of Stella/(SU!) Gold Baker's twine

I am discovering how fast and easy it is to use those Project Life cards for some simple layers on cards! I will definitely be doing that for the busy Christmas season! Also, the little shimmer from Stella is SO cute! And SO hard to capture  in a photo! But it sure sparkles! 


 Freshly Made SketchesI played along with Freshly Made Sketches


 Stamp, Ink, Paper I also joined the Stamp, Ink, Paper "Clean and Simple" challenge

Please leave some love so I know you stopped by, and thanks for checking out my crafty creation!

Amber xo

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    1. Thanks Crystal....! :) Clean and simple was the name of the game! I opted for no embellishments.... looked too cluttered!

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  2. Beautiful card Amber! I just love CAS on Kraft! Yours is fab! Thanks for joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper this week!

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    1. Thanks Tina! Kraft is my FAVE! Happy you liked it!

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  3. Amber this is a great CAS Christmas card, perfect for mass producing. What a great layout. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Stamp Ink Paper!

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  4. Perfect card for the holidays! Glad you shared it at FMS!

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  5. What a lovely Christmas card! I love the sentiment and the pine boughs! Great colours! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  6. Clean perfection!! Love this so much! Glad you joined us at FMS and SIP this week!

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