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Hi crafty friends, today I am extremely honored because I am hopping with Scrapbook.com as a part of the inspiring Handmade Holiday Papercrafting Parade filled with fabulously festive holiday crafting. Join me and many others as we celebrate a week of unbelievable deals on Scrapbook.com's fabulous exclusive products! Be sure to leave a crafty comment at every stop along the way of this amazing parade hop to qualify for an unbelievable GIVEAWAY!


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Now let's see what I have created with these products. You can find all the used supplies easily in the end of my post, if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask me. 


I started the cardmaking with ink blending and heat embossing. I stamped the Believe sentiment from the Big and Bold Christmas stamp set with clear watermark ink, then heat embossed with white embossing powder. I have also used Exclusive Hybrid Inks and Domed Blending Tools. 


Next I made a couple of die-cuts from Neenah solar white, beige and red cardstock. For the die-cutting I have used Nested Star Wafer Thin Metal Dies from Scrapbook.com and Scalloped frame from Lawn Fawn. 


When it was done I dry embossed the white card front with Little Boxes Stencil and adhered together the heat embossed cardstock with 3D adhesive.


Next I stamped a cute message from the Christmas Fun Card Sentiments stamp set to the pre scored Neenah Solar White Cardstock with Cardinal Red Hybrid inkpad. 


Next I run the Nested Star die-cuts through my die-cut machine with cute face dies from the Lawn Fawn, Gingerbread Friends Die-set. These cute stars got really sweet faces. I also painted on it "icing" with Signo Uniball White Pen. 


When it was done I started to put my card together with 3D mini squares, squares and mini circle adhesives to add more dimension to my card. 


In the end I adhered the green tree confetti to my finished card, which I made with the Tis the Season Cut file.



I know it was a little long post, but I wanted to make a cute card for you, I hope you get inspired. Don't forget, that these used supplies are today for Sale. Big hugs, Mona


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50 comments

  1. Simply delightful!! Love the layers and details!!

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  2. Mona!!!! Soooooooo ADORABLE!!!!

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  3. OMGosh this is so adorable! I love the fabulous design and these cute faces on the stars. We usually have a buffet style lunch and dinner with cold cuts and rolls, so we can just sit around and enjoy the day.

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  4. Awesome card! Love the way you layered it all!

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  5. These are so stinking cute! Love the colors!

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  6. Your stars are just adorable!!!! I am not into christmas decorations anymore. I have been getting rid of them each year. Soon we won't have any. OR I will make some of my own. That's enough about me :)

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  7. the gingerbread stars are so cute!!

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  8. love your card the stars are soooo cute

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  9. I love how you made the stars look like gingerbread cookies!

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  10. Love the happy faces on the gingerbread
    people. The little trees strewn around
    is a fun idea. I look forward to
    getting my Santa’s out of storage
    and putting them on the mantle.
    There’s a lot of them so it takes awhile
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. Love the card, the stars look like cookies. Very cute! thank you

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  12. Handmade cards have turned into my newest Christmas favorite… . TY for adding this to the Holiday Parade. Love the friendly stars Merry Christmas

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  13. Cute gingerbread cookies and lots of layers. It is the type of card I love to make.
    Christmas memory: On my 7th birthday, my mum brought me the original My Little pony castle and instead of playing with that I wanted to play my cheap little puppet. After that christmas my mum worked out that things that were more interesting to me didnt work out when it came to price.

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  14. Tricia A Podmore11/26/2019 07:10:00 PM

    How cute are those stars as Gingerbread girls. Darling sweet card. I really have to try to make them. What great inspiration and I thank you. Favorite holiday memories are going to Midnight Mass.

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  15. How cute are those stars!! Every year I let my 3 kids pick a new ornament for the tree. Something that they think is neat. tamaratelena@gmail.com

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  16. Very cute card. I love how you changed the stars into gingerbread cookies. Very creative!!! My favorite Christmas tradition is the family gathering for Christmas Eve.

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  17. Super cute idea!!! Christmas for me is filled with so many memories. My favorite memory is being with my Grama and seeing what color her tree was each year … either traditional (multi color w/ silver icicles), or a Chrismon tree with white/gold ornaments (all of which were hand-made). This will be our 2nd Christmas without her. I would give anything to see her tree again (she was 102 the last time she put her tree up ... She would have been 104 on Dec. 3rd.) I miss her and all her traditions!

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  18. I never thought of using my white ink pen to add details to die cuts and stamps. Thanks for the tip!

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  19. Such a cute idea, star cookies with faces!!

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  20. Wow. How adorable can you make a Christmas card. This is really nice. Brings back memories of family dinners and cosy gatherings with hot Coco.

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  21. This is the cutest card!!! It's a happy one! A favorite holiday tradition is decorating the tree with my family.

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  22. This card is my favorite so far! I love the playfulness of it. Anything gingerbread themed has always been top in my opinion for Christmas decor!

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  23. Love your card Mona! And I love the holidays for all the bright and colorful decorations that make you smile! Plus it's no secret I love to decorate and eat sugar cookies while watching all my favorite movies! Not a bad way to spend the season!LOL

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  24. Sooooo cute! Love the little faces!

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  25. love! need those little face dies! We add a new yard decoration each year to our homemade Rudolph characters

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  26. I absolutely love that card! The perky stars and the colors are just wonderful!

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  27. OMG OMG THE LITTLE gingerbread cookie starts are TOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  28. What a sweet gingerbread star card. Love the white gel icing details. I loved receiving a hand crochet scarf from my teenager last Christmas.

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  29. I love the stars! SOOOO cute

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  30. msevawalker@yahoo.com11/27/2019 05:01:00 AM

    I like the cute faces on the stars. looks like cookies. a good memory is making gingerbread houses with the grands. eva

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  31. Love the cute stars & the pop of pink really pops! My favorite part of Christmas is the big Christmas dinner!!

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  32. Super cute cards and loved your video!

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  33. This is just the cutest card. I love the star cookies! That is my favorite holiday tradition - decorating cookies with my kids and their grandparents.

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  34. OMG!!! Cutest ever! Wow, that was a lot of work, but WOW! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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  35. Pink and red and smiling gingerbread stars are precious. Reminds me of when my mom had her own bake-a-thon every year; she spent one whole day making cookies of all sorts for the Christmas holidays.

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  36. Marisela Delgado said: super cute card! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  37. Oh what a sweet card! I love how you transformed your star die cuts into happy sugar cookies - so clever.

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  38. Such a cute card! Love the adorable stars...
    Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Am in love with your beautiful pink "Believe" card!! Gorgeous and so creative with the cute stars! For me, I am saving your card because I love creating cards for each Christmas and start in January due to how many I make. It's one of my favorite things to do, and then I go over all of them and choose special ones for each person.

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  40. What a darling card! Love the color combo and those adorable cookies!
    Good memories of baking and decorating cookies with my daughter when she was little!

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  41. Such a cute card. You are very talented!

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  42. Mona, so creative and striking! Yes, very inspirational for sure. Fun hopping with you!

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  43. The stars look good enough to eat. Great card.

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  44. Marisela Delgado said: such a great card. so pretty. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  45. What a fun card!!! Totally need to get moving on mine...along with pretty much all my shopping...

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  46. That is an adorable card! So creative to make the stars in to gingerbread with those sweet faces! One of my favorite handmade gifts I gave were little felt elves with chenille stem limbs so they could be posed. I ran out before I saved one for myself :(

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  47. Those are the cutest stars ever!

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  48. So cute. I like the faces on the stars.
    We like to go Christmas caroling to nursing homes.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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