A Christmas Cardinal Chocolate Cherry

I haven’t used My Digital Studio for a while so I thought I would create a hyrid Christmas card for you today.

I printed out the bird and sentiment from MDS on Whisper White card stock. The sentiment was made into a banner using the Hexagon Punch. The bird was cut with a Labels Framelit and coloured with Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive and Smoky Slate Blendabilities. Both panels were layered onto Chocolate Chip, a piece of Real Red Satin Woven Ribbon wrapped around it then this was added to a Naturals White base.

A Cardinal Christmas Chocolate Cherry

Whilst we don’t have Cardinals here in Australia, I still think it makes a beautiful Christmas card. Let me know what you think.

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