These are the placards for this year's donations.
- Expression machine: Snowflake and shadow were cut from When It's Cold Outside at 5". (I trimmed the snowflake on one side so that it would drift off the edge of the paper.) It was popped up with 1/8" pop dots.
- Imagine machine: 5-1/2" rectangles flood filling with Snow Angel cartridge (print on page 41 and solid red). The print was trimmed down to 9" x 5"; the solid was trimmed it down to 9-5/8" x 5-1/2".
- Imagine machine: "A Very Merry Christmas" text from Winter Frolic (page 46) cut at 2" and flood filled with red and light green from the solids on Snow Angel. Text with shadow was adhered with 1/2" pop dots.
- Punches: tag was cut with a punch and the text was printed on using Microsoft Alcohol Licks at 24 point. The holly accent was cut from a Martha Stewart holly punch. I used McGill flower-making tools and mat to add veins and curl the leaves. I added twine and adhesive pearls. They were positioned on a 3/4" punch-cut circle and applied with a 1/4" pop dot.
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