Some serious fussy cutting here! No I didn’t have any dies to cut these reindeer from the Nature Sings stamp set. Once again I started with painting on ink this time the colours were Pool Party and Powder Pink and then stamped on the trees with Garden Green and pulled out my Lovely as a Tree stamp set and put the one tree in the foreground with Tranquil Tide ink. Then I stamped Soft Suede card stock with Chocolate Chip ink then stamped them on the paper with Chocolate Chip ink to place the deer and glued my fussy cut deer on top finally I stamped the sentiment with Chocolate Chip ink and matted with Powder Pink and Tranquil Tide card stock.
Carols of Christmas bundle is the starting point as far as the idea went but first I had to set the background using ink in Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Curry and Pool Party. I used my Aqua Painters for painting on the ink. I visualized it with silver foil and I want some contrast foil so for the deer I used copper foil. The sentiment is stamped with Versamark ink and embossed in silver and comes from the Nature Sings stamp set. I love the feeling of depth this card has! I love the simple fact that no matter how often I might decide to replicate this card no two cards can ever be exactly the same.
This is a simple but elegant Christmas card. It uses the negative plus part of the positive of the largest snowflakes of the seasonal layers thinlits dies. The sentiment is in Dapper Denim ink and uses the Nature Sings stamp set. Under the snowflake there is some Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. All the card stock is Whisper White and it is embellished with silver Faceted Gems.
Another Carols of Christmas card this time with sentiments from Nature Sings. I exclusively used the dies from the bundle. Really fun playing with the idea of using grey tones and then adding a small pop of colour. The card stock used is Basic Black, Basic Gray, Smokey Slate, Whisper White and Cajun Craze. This is my favourite so far!!!
Put this card together on a Facebook Live video which I uploaded to YouTube here’s the link
Here’s the card.