Here’s a clean and simple card. I very rarely use colored cardstock (simply because I forget I have it) and wanted to create something easy.
For this card, I used a previously released Lawn Fawn set, Let It Snow. I stamped my scene with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white EP. The sentiment is from Neat & Tangled’s Bible Journaling and Christmas Journaling. The “and” is from Concord & 9th’s Perfectly Penned. For the snow and stars, I stamped with Versamagic Cloud White. Once I completed my card panel, I adhered it with foam tape to a kraft base.
Check out the Penny Black Simplicity Blog. It’s my turn this week to share a Penny Black stamp creation. You can check out the post here.
Here’s a simple and cute card.
I stamped this image from Avery Elle’s Dashing clear set a year ago. By the time I finished watercoloring and die cutting the image, the holidays were over. And to be honest, I wasn’t up to making another holiday card. I set it aside in my little bowl of “images to be used later” (creative, huh?). So finally last month I decided to use it.
To create my background, I adhered blue striped patterned paper onto my card base. I then die cut my snowy bank using Simon Says Stamp Stitched Slopes and Hills. I trimmed and adhered it over my patterned paper background. I stamped and embossed a sentiment on the top corner of the based. I then adhered my car/tree image using dimensional foam tape. Finally I added sequined stars to complete the scene.
More to come!
Continuing my Christmas card creations. Today, I’m sharing a card using several products form Hero Arts, Memory Box and Simon Says Stamp.
To begin, I decided to use a background stamp on a kraft paper card panel. I dug into my older set of stamps and decided to use this Basic Grey/Hero Arts background stamp, Stitched Greetings. I stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
On white cardstock, I stamped the wreath image from Memory Box’s Christmas Botanicals with black ink. I watercolored and fussy cut the image.
Finally, I stamped the sentiment from Simon Says Stamps Big Scripty Greetings on a strip of black cardstock.
I assembled the card adhering the wreath with dimensional foam towards the top of my panel. I adhered the panel to a white cardstock base. I then added my sentiment and added iridescent sequins to finish it.
I have a quite a few more Christmas cards to share so stay tuned!
Today I’m sharing a simple Christmas card.
For this card, I created a background on my card base using the smaller images from a Christmas stamp set, MFT’s Birdie Brown’s Santa’s Elves. With the help of a T-square ruler, I stamped each image with black ink. I just used 3 colors for the images and then simply added a sentiment on a die cut frame. The sentiment is from a old Christmas set, Jingle All the Way, designed by Ali Edwards for Technique Tuesday. It was stamped and heat embossed with white EP. I added clear sequins to finish off the card.
Until next time!
I’m sharing a Christmas card courtesy of Penny Black.
SUPPLIES Stamps: Love at Xmas (30-187); Believe (30-310) Color: Inktense Color Pencils (Derwent); Tumbled Glass Distress Ink (Ranger); Versafine Black Onyx Ink (Tsukineko); Black Hybrid Ink Other: Clear Embossing Powder (Ranger); White Liquid Applique Pen (Marvy Uchida)
I love these Mo Manning images from the old set, Love at Xmas. They are so endearing. I stamped the mailbox girl with black ink and watercolored the image with Derwent Inktense Colored Pencils. I masked off the image and then added Tumbled Glass Distress Ink. I then added drops of White Liquid Applique to mimic snow. I stamped and embossed the sentiment from Believe (30-310). Finally I added my panel to a card base with foam adhesive.
That’s it for this evening!
Today I’m sharing the last of my cards using Hero Arts clear set Holly Days. The images may not be the focal point of my cards but they certainly add a dramatic touch.
I thought I’d add a little gold to the last of my cards. Using gold Delicata ink, I stamped the 2 pinecones in the set interchanging each image on my card base. On a black card stock oval die cut, I stamped and embossed with white embossing powder a sentiment from Hero Arts Under the Mistletoe. The die cut oval was adhered to the card base with foam tape. I then added a watercolored berry image from Holly Days above the oval. Finally, I added a few clear sequins for interest.
I’ve got a number of Christmas cards to share in the following weeks. Until then.
I’m sharing a more classical style of Christmas card. Again, I’ve been highlighting the images from the Hero Arts clear set, Holly Days.
I decided to pull out a old (and I believe retired) Hero Arts cling – Magical Background. I stamped the image on my card panel. On a stitched die cut circle, I stamped a sentiment from Holly Days and adhered a watercolored image of a holly branch. I added red cardstock to fit the card base and then attached my card panel. Finally, I added green sequins to finish the card.