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Nov-Dec 2012 Hybrid ATC

I used different paper layers. I glued store-bought scrapbook paper with a musical note pattern to card stock. Then I printed the plaid pattern (from Angie Briggs' Dec 25th collection) and tore the paper. I printed the poem onto the top paper and cut it into a shape, then inked the edges. Everything was held together with a glittery embellishment. The embellishments came in a pkge and were all different, so my photo shows more than one. Maybe one of them is yours!

For the back, I used a combination of the plaid and Hush paper from Brandy Murry's White Christmas collection. The heart is from The Graphics Fairy and I used a glitter ball-point pen around the edges.

It was amazing to see all the super, creative, and beautiful ATCs this month. Wow! Thank you to all of you who participated - I love all my ATC gifts from you! :lovey-smilie:

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Beautiful cards, Diane. Love the layered look and the inked edges really make your saying stand out. What a fun little gift to receive. :)

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Gorgeous cards Diane and I can attest to the fact they are even more beautiful in person. I didn't realize you'd done different cards - mine is actually pictured on the left. I love the soft, cozy feel and colors you used and thanks for explaining your technique - sure is a lot of work in that one little ATC. You did a great job inking the edges so softly and I really like the different layers you glued together so creatively. I thought mine was so pretty and now I can see a few others.

And you just reminded me to go get my ATC's and post them, thanks. Great work and I am so happy to have your card, thank you.

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I really like the combination of papers your used. The overlapping paper with the text looks great, too. Beautiful cards.

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Wow! Beautiful cards.I am so impressed with your talents (and that you are able to get them all done during holiday season!)

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