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Hello Friends

I hope your are all having a good week :) The days are running away from me I have been so busy this week!! I just had some time to make a quick card with this new stamp set I got from Unity it is called Silent Night. I love these Christmas words I plan on making my Christmas cards with them.

I was at Michaels last week I discovered this glittered burlap. I had NO idea you could even get glittered burlap.  I totally fell in love with it and I wanted to buy it in every colour but I resisted ha! I only got red and gold so I thought the red would be perfect for my card today. It is much more glittery in real life it is hard to  catch it in the picture. It is a really easy card to make. I hope you like it I love the jingle bells :)

Thanks so much for stopping by  to visit my blog :)

Mandi xox

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Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
Unity Friends With Flair
Crafty Calender Challenge Christmas

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  1. Love what you have done here.xxx

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  2. BEAUTIFUL card Mandi!!!
    LOVE your glittered burlap panel, bells & bow, LOVE your sentiment stamp too - SUCH AN ELEGANT DESIGN - LOVE IT!!!

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  3. I love this - the burlap background really sets things off beautifully. What an elegant and beautiful ard!

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  4. Mandi, you could take dirt and mud and make gold out of it. Love!

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  5. Love your fabulous card! The burlap embellishment is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)

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  6. Mandi, this is another pretty creation of yours. Love the message and design.

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  7. Love you simple card. The burlap looks great. Hugz

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