Sunday, November 12, 2017

Holiday Card Series 2017 | Card #5

Hi Friends!  I am sharing today with you Card #5 in my HCS - I know, I have skipped  Cards 2-4, but you can easily see those cards and their videos by visiting my Youtube Channel here.  And, frankly I've forgotten to write up a blog post for those cards as well, and I wanted to catch up quickly, so I though this would be the quickest way.

Today's card showcases the popular Holiday Style set from Sunny Studio released last year.  I wanted to get it back out today since I didn't get to use it much last year and it is just a fantastic set!!


I also love the look of Kraft and white!  Such a classic look!  And, I love the added pop of color with the red ornament!  

This ornament is so easy to stamp!  I know some have a hard time with layered stamping, but this set is a very easy one to line up!  

I heat embossed the white branches with white pigment ink from Simon and white embossing powder from Hero Arts.  And, then I used the coordinating die to die cut them out.  On the background, I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Wood Grain die to give some extra texture.

I thought the edges of my Kraft card stock panel could use "something" so I took a sponge dauber and inked all around with Walnut ink from Lawn Fawn and that really gave it that finished look.  For the ornament I used the Floral ink cube set from Altnew and I used the Coral Berry and Ruby Red to stamp the layered images of the ornament.  

For the sentiment I used the Season's Greetings die from Simon, and die cut some kraft and silver sparkle card stock and stacked them one on top of another to create a dimensional layered sentiment and it really helps for it to pop off of the kraft.

I have both the video and the supply list below.  Thanks for stopping by today, and I will be back soon with Card #6!




1 comment:

  1. The snacks here had a smooth taste with a bit of cheese and lime juice. To start, we got pork rinds there; they were really flavorful with a spicy kick and smooth taste. Plus, it was a large fresh bag too, event space NYC is worth the price.

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