Wednesday, November 9, 2016

DESIGNER'S CHOICE CHALLENGE FROM THE HOUSE THAT STAMPS BUILT

Hello everyone!!! 

It's time for a designer's choice challenge from The House That Stamps Built and this time it's my turn to pick the challenge for us.  My challenge is to create a "Be Thankful" card.  

We've had a glorious fall this year here in Maine, and wanted my card to honor the fabulous colors and the gorgeous weather we've had this year.  



The stamps I used for my card are RI#3306-I "Falling Leaves" and RI#3213-G "For The Beauty".  I created the background with Brushos on watercolor paper, then I stamped the falling leaves stamp across the panel in sepia colored Archival Ink.  I then used the Flip Stitched Die Set to create a window on another white panel.  I layed it over the colored layer, then added the sentiment.  For interest and detail, I die cut the leaves out of pieces of scraps left from the bg piece and used a Sakura clear gel pen along the edges of the leaves.  The die is Impression Obsession die 030-S.  (There's no name on the die).  I mounted the two panels on a brown cardstock base.  

Now you don't want to miss what these incredibly talented rock stars have done, so please stop by and say hello.

Deonna - Heather - Joy - Kathy - Laurie - Patti J - Shirley


Thank you for stopping by and I hope you'll play along in the DCC challenge this week.  There's a lot for us to be thankful for.  If you'd like to join our challenge, please visit The House for the details.  And don't miss the discount code on my sidebar if you'd like to purchase some Repeat Impression Stamps.  




Tuesday, November 8, 2016

EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARD

Hello blog friends!!! 

I wanted to show you a Christmas card I created with one of the new Technique Junkies Chistmas stamps from the October 2016 Release.  

I LOVE how this turned out and it's one that would be so easy to recreate and make multiples of.  





This is a double embossing technique.  I first stamped the image in VersaMark watermark ink on a light blue card panel, then heat embossed it with white embossing powder.  Using a embossing folder I've had for many years, that has the image of a Chirstmas tree on it, I centered the panel in the folder and ran it through my embossing machine.  To give it more detail, I added some Wink of Stella around the image...it gave it some depth. So easy!!!   

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you get some time to get inky this week!!! 






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