Today I have another card to share with you that I created with the Shine Bright Bundle. This one is all about the colors of Christmas with silver, green and red. Let me show you …
We first heat embossed our pretty tree in silver on Vellum cardstock … we used the Stamparatus to get perfect placement on our vellum. Once embossed we used the Real Red and Old Olive Stampin’ Blends to color our images. Regular markers would take a long time to dry on vellum and that is why we used the Stampin’ Blends… they dry quicker. We also heat embossed our greeting in Silver and punched it out using the 1-1/2″ Circle Punch.
After coloring our tree, we attached it with Glue Dots onto the Whisper White so it would show up better on our card, and then matted it with a piece of Real Red cardstock … which was also the base of our card.
Our background was created by embossing a piece of Silver Foil cardstock using the Tin Tile 3-D embossing folder … I love that this pattern added some nostalgia (an old fashioned look) to our card. Now our tree was attached on top using Stampin’ Dimensionals, as was our greeting … after added a Real Red banner behind it to make it pop.
A touch of bling is all it needed now so we added the Holiday Rhinestone on the top of the tree and our regular Rhinestones where the little circles were on the stamped image. That completed our card.
Hope you enjoyed this card as much as my Stamp Club enjoyed making it. This is another form of the “Stained Glass” technique. Usually I color on the back but we wanted the brightness of the color on this card.
Thank you for joining me today … I’ll see you back here tomorrow!
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Today I would like to share with you, three more cards that we made at our Star’s Christmas Party. We did what we call a “shoebox swap” … each participant designs a card and then cuts, and brings everything needed to make that card, then everyone at the event gets to make each others cards … it’s fun!
Would you be interested in joining in on a shoebox swap? Let me know, I’d love to host it.
I thought I would start with Connie’s card ….
My technique groups should recognize this, we just did the “Stained Glass” technique. Here is another wonderful card idea for you.
Connie used the “Joyful Christmas” stamp set from the Holiday Catalog (good through January 3rd) and the “Silver 1/8″ Ribbon“. I love that Connie did her card with Silver embossing, we did ours in gold …. such a small change can make the entire card look different, and both cards are beautiful.
Next, is Ren’s card. Ren is Connie’s daughter and has been stamping with us for quite a while.
Don’t you just love it! We all love a good “punch” card and this one is so cute! Ren had all the pieces cut so we didn’t even have to cut the door … we just embossed it with the new “Stylish Stripes” embossing folder.
Now I’d like to share with you, Susan’s card… a Tri-fold Easel Card!
If you’re looking to impress someone, this will do it! This beautiful card showcases the “Modern Medley” Designer Series Paper. Anyone who knows me, knows this is one of my favorite Designer Papers in the catalog …. I find it so versatile.
The greeting “Your Kindness means so much” comes from the stamp set “From My Heart” … also found in the main catalog.
I hope you enjoyed today’s card share … I loved making these beautiful cards with these wonderful ladies. I can’t think of a better day, than stamping with my friends.
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