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The first of the month means it's time for the Papertrey DT to pull out an older set and bring you some fresh stamping inspiration.  So funny that today's feature is Two Feet Deep, since that's just about what it is out there this morning!  It's gonna be one of those winters.  

Like I said, today we're featuring the previously released Two Feet Deep set.  Such a fun set filled with classic winter icons...

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I created two new cards using this set.  First up is a birthday card on which I paired the sled from Two Feet Deep with the Cover Plate: Winter Floral die as a background. I cut the Cover Plate from kraft cardstock and then added color with Copics and also a white marker on some of the small flowers.  

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I layered that over a panel of Fresh Snow Linen cardstock which was sponged with just a little Aqua Mist ink.  I also stamped a few of the snowy clusters using a stamp in the Two Feet Deep set.  My sled is dressed up with a stamped pine bough and bow, also from Two Feet Deep, and backed with a real twine bow.  I cured the "happy brrrrrr-thday" sentiment and stamped it over the sled.

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Next up is a bit more graphic take on Two Feet Deep.  I diecut the snowshoes, sled, and skis from Rustic White cardstock and stamped them with Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Enchanted Evening, Classic Kraft, and True Black inks.  I arranged them all to fill a panel of Rustic White cardstock.

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I filled in some of the open spaces with the snowflakes included in the Two Feet Deep set.  The sentiment is also from the set, stamped on the stitched banner from the Tag Sale: Quilted die.

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That wraps up my projects for today, thanks so much for stopping by. You can see more fresh inspiration for the Two Feet Deep set by clicking around to the other Papertrey girls linked below.  Have a great week!

Melissa Phillips
Dawn McVey
Heather Nichols
Danielle Flanders 

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