I used a textured piece of card stock for the base card. The I added a layer of navy card stock. I tore some shimmery white paper to make the hills. I added a just a bit of liquid glue on the edges and dipped the edges in glitter.
The background stamp I used is #S538 Japanese Swirl on this web page - http://www.stampcamp.com/bigstamps29.html. I inked up the stamp with white pigment ink and used a shimmery clear embossing powder and heat set it. Then I punched out the trees and tucked them behind the snowy hills in a pleasing arrangement. I added some peel and stick bling on each tree.
I created the moon and cloud wisps with my finger tip. I inked up the end of finger to get the ink where I wanted it.
Merry Christmas is from the stamp set #SS1b Simple Sentiments on this web page - http://www.stampcamp.com/simplesentiments.html.
Christmas cards do not need to be complex to create but making them pretty sure counts!
So here is a lovely Christmas card where the focal images do not come from would traditionally be called a "Christmas" stamp!
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