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Remember the Halloween ATCs that I did using Tweety Jill‘s collage papers and stamps? I worked with her Christmas items this time and had A LOT of fun! Let me show you what I did so that you can be inspired to do one too!

I used a lot of different punches and dies to make the accents on the ATC’s and the 7gypsies tray. I used washi tape to line the walls of each compartment and Claudine Hellmuth’s matte medium to hold down the paper against the back of the tray and over the washi tape for holding power. The 3D pinecones are actually brown paper flowers that I dipped in the matte medium and glitter. I LOVE the way it turned out!

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

Tweety Jill Vintage Christmas

 

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5 Responses to Vintage Christmas with Tweety Jill

  • Andrea, these are GORGEOUS! So the 12-tray display case is from 7-gypsies also? LOVE what you have done with each one, all the embellishments and textures wow! I’d love making something like this! Thanks for sharing. ((hugs))

  • WOW girl you have done some gorgeous work here…..Lis

  • Beautiful work Andrea! Love the vintage theme!

  • These are just beautiful, Andrea. One is more delightful than the next. And I am amazed that they are ATCs. I have trouble getting everything onto an A2! I am in awe.

  • This is precious! I love your vintage cards and the touches of glitter and finishes. The nostalgia theme is beautiful! Thank you for sharing this, Andrea!

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