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Folded Paper Christmas Tree

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Folded Paper Christmas Tree

What says Christmas in July better than a gorgeous Christmas tree? Today we made a folded Christmas tree that looks complicated by ti is so east to make, This is a wow factor card for your holiday season, so crab those supplies and let's create. Supplies used:  I Love Christmas paper pad - 6x6 Nuvo Glitter Accents Brutus Monroe Foundation Star die set All Is Bright stamp set Cardstock Art Glitter Glue ** Cricut Trimmer** Bone folder Stylus tool Scissors Scoreboard  Measurements: 1 -  piece of patterned paper cut to 3 x 3 inches  1 -  piece of patterned paper cut to 2...

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Confetti Shooter by Crystal Cleveland

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Confetti Shooter by Crystal Cleveland

Confetti Shooter by Crystal Cleveland Like I said in an earlier post 4th of July is my favorite holiday!! My aunt that I was close to growing up ( she's only 6 years older than myself) her birthday is on the 4th of July. Everyone said she was a firecracker!! She is now living in Utah, which is so far away from Ohio where she grew up ( she's not in Kansas any more as the family says) So this year I decided to send her something a little extra special ---- a confetti shooter - as my husband has...

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Scrap Booking Your Faith by Crystal Cleveland

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Scrap Booking Your Faith by Crystal Cleveland

   Scrap Booking Your Faith by Crystal Cleveland   The Fourth of July has always been my favorite holiday. As a kid we would always go to my grandparents, they lived in a small quaint town of Granville. Every Fourth of July the center of town would be full of rides and food vendors. It was here that I had my first ferris wheel and carousel ride. Also my first taste of cotton candy and caramel apples. It was a whole week of celebration. There was the ladies chorale group preforming and the barber shop quartet and you can't forget...

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