I decided to add to my Christmas card stash with this weeks challenge. I used the Stampin Up retiring set of ‘Lovely as a tree’ and die from ‘Brightly lit Christmas’. I sponged a background in SU seaside spray (new in colour ink) and added the single tree in mossy meadow over the top. I added some flicks of water to look like snow falling and some glitter paper to look like a hill. The lamp was die cut from basic black and I added a bit of daffodil delight in the glass to look like the light was on.
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Well, this month is we have another challenge over at Christmas at Sweet Stamping challenge blog with an optional twist to include snowflakes.
For my card, I decided to use pink for my Christmas tree. I inked up the Altenew ‘Sketched Evergreen’ in Catherine Pooler Design inks in It’s a girl, Be min and Party dress. I cut away a portion of the tree on the left side and added some super chunky silver glitter paper.
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I’m not sure where this stamp set is from, I found it at my local Savers store. I inked up one of the a spinner images (this counts as gaming right?!) and coloured it and the sentiment with some rainbow Stampin Blends. I did some shadow stamping and then die cut a rounded edge on the panel and mounted them both on a white card base.
I used the ‘Free as a bird’ from Stampin Up as it has super cute birds in it. I heat embossed it to set the image before using my Altenew water colours pallet to colour them in. Each bird is just that little bit different in colour. I then fussy cut them out and mounted them to my card front. I then used the stitched dies to die cut a window from another piece and attached that over the top with a sentiment from the SU set ‘Itty bitty birthdays’.
I was inspired by the ‘stripes’ in the title and decided to make another card for my masculine card stash. I used a stamp set from SU called ‘Sailing home’ with the matching DSP ‘Come sail away’ inked up in Night of Navy. I used the matching dies to cut the lighthouse, boat and sentiment out and layered them up on the DSP panels and the card was done. Using the co-ordinating products made this card a breeze!
I kept it pretty CAS for my card this week. I used a stamp set by Altenew called ‘A study in watercolor’ which I inked up in Distress inks in spiced marmalade and ripe persimmon. I gave the stamp a quick spritz before I stamped it to soften the look. I added some black and white splatters and an embossed sentiment from Stampin Up called ‘Itty bitty birthday’.
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I have used a digital stamp from Pattie’s Creations called ‘Linda the Diva Llama’ which I printed and then coloured her in with my Stampin Blends. I added some crystal effects to her glasses to make them super shiny and some DSP to the side for balance. My favourite colour is orange, so just used a pop of it here.
I just love how sassy she looks!
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I decided to use a variety of Distress Ink blues that I smooshed in layers on some masked off water colour paper. I love how drying each colour before applying the next makes it look like actual water! I then stamped the flamingo and sentiment from an old Reverse Confetti set called ‘Fabulous Flamingo’ – can you see that I clear embossed the wing and beak? I added a couple of The Ton sequins for a finishing touch.
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I was inspired to make a bit of a rainbow look on my card using the same Happy die cut out from 5 different colours (for the happy 5th birthday) and layered slightly off kilter. I added the word to a stitched card panel and then the base and I was done.
I loved the colour scheme from JAI and thought is was perfect to use with my Stamping Up Free as a Bird stamp set. I did a bit of colouring with my Stampin Blends, some fussy cutting and added some colour to the back of a piece of vellum to ground the main image. I’ve got a wedding on the 1st of July so this challenge was perfect timing.
I kept this card super CAS using a frame embossing folder from Stampun Up and some die cut leaves and hibiscus I had in my stash. I decided not to add a sentiment so this card could be used for any event.
I used a 3D embossing folder by Tim Holtz. I embossed my paper piece and then decided to add some sponged colour (SU petal pink and soft sea foam) to highlight the raised parts and added a sentiment from Altenew ‘label love’.