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Here are a few tips to making this simple card. 1) The "J" is the candy cane image turned upside down. Brilliant, huh? 2) The "Y" is the holly turned so that it represents the letter. 3) Save yourself lots of ribbon by cutting two pieces rather than one. I used two 4" pieces; one to adhere to the front (the raw edges are adhered to the back) and another to tie under the first piece, making the knot on the front. This tip saves you nearly half the ribbon you would normally need if you went entirely around your image.
Stamp Set: Jolly Bingo Bits (pg. 22)
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Gumball Green
Ink Pads: Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green
Designer Paper: Snow Festival (Holiday Catalog pg. 10)
Big Shot: Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder (pg. 189)
Punches: 1" circle, 1 1/4" circle
Accessories: Dimensionals, SNAIL adhesive
FYI about SNAIL ADHESIVE: If you have been using the Stampin' Up! SNAIL adhesive and recently ordered a refill you'll notice that the adhesive roll is now clear. It looks like there is a LOT less in the packaging. I called to Stampin' Up! to verify that the amount of adhesive (472") is still the SAME. Now that the adhesive is clear backed, versus paper backed, it takes up less cartridge space, appearing to provide less, but it doesn't.