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Shabby Chic Christmas Cards with Deco Foil + New Word Die Cuts

It's been a while since I made a shabby chic card and today I have 2 of them to share, each full of wintery layers and textures. I also will be showing you how to put together this card design on a video tutorial featuring Rebekah Meier Designs mixed media products by Therm O Web and also a new digital pack from my shop with which I made some beautiful foiled word die cuts!



Tutorial & Supplies
I invite you to visit Therm O Web's blog to see the complete list of supplies and links. This card design although very layered is not complicated to put together and I know that you will be able to duplicate it translating it to different color schemes using different patterned papers and elements! Click below to watch the video tutorial and click here to subscribe to my channel and watch many other Deco Foil tutorials!





If you are curious about these word svg die cuts, click here to see my new bundle pack that includes over 100 words and coordinating shadows! These can be resized and you can use any electronic cutting machine to make them! 

Thanks so much for stopping by today! For more Deco Foil ideas for all your Holiday crafts make sure to subscribe to Therm O Web's blog.

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