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12 Days of Christmas- Day 6

We are at the half way point as we arrive on Day 6!  
Lets get to it...
How could I resist... the trophy had to fit.  Even if I had to make it fit by trimming a little off the top of the handles.  Just a little...

Oh I was tempted to haul out my alcohol ink and go to town inking the trophy.  I resisted so I could keep the crisp silver.  It was hard... I'm not gonna lie.


I made a few tattered pinecones.  Some I embossed and some I left au natural!  


There's a mini victorian snowflake with a bright red jungle.


I layered holiday greens having them spill out of the trophy and layered along the bottom.  


I wasn't sure if I was going to like this one... I do.  

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  1. Sometimes less is more I always think, in this case I think you did right by leaving it, although I can understand your urge to get out the AIs! I love a bit of shine at Christmas and it really works here... Anne xx

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