Layered Die Cut Hanukkah Card Made with Wrapping Paper

Layered Die Cut Hanukkah Card Made With Wrapping Paper

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I have trouble finding supplies for Hanukkah cards every year, and the selection of patterned paper in the craft stores near me is very limited (if I can find any at all).  For this card, I ended up using a scrap of wrapping paper.

I used the “Hanukkah” die from Gina K Designs, and the “Contemporary Diamonds” die from Spellbinders.  Gina K Blue Denim and white card stock was also used.

I cut and layered several of the word die cuts on top of one another to create some dimension and to help it stand out against the diamonds behind it.

The wrapping paper has silver foil on it.  This view shows the shine a bit more…

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3 thoughts on “Layered Die Cut Hanukkah Card Made with Wrapping Paper

  1. The wrapping paper works beautifully behind the bright white greeting, Lisa! It’s a perfect Hanukkah card! Thank you so much for your visit to me and for letting me know the name of the snowflake ornament! That is definitely it. I needed your help because the Linda on my sticky note was not the Linda I thought, so I was about to have to go write to all the Lindas I know. Ain’t nobody got time for that right now, lol! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. eek, I hope my comment got left. I had to sign in after and I don’t see it. grrr. Just in case, it evaporated, in short, I love your Hanukkkah card! Brilliant to use the pretty wrapping paper behind the die-cut! I also thanked you for letting me know the name of the snowflake ornament! That’s definitely it! Hugs, Darnell

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