Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Christmas cards...

Hi! I am back today with some more inspiration for our current challenge

Card 1:

For my first card I combined some stencils with heat embossing.

  • Take a panel of red card stock and stamp the sentiment with embossing ink. Heat emboss with gold embossing powder.
  • Place the Splash stencil in the desired position and apply embossing ink through it. Heat emboss with red glitter embossing powder.
  • Run the embossing ink pad over the edges of the card panel, dip into gold embossing powder and heat set.
  • To make the stripy background, take a red card base and simply draw diagonal lines with two different gold markers. Turn the ruler upside down while using the markers so that the ink doesn't smear.
  • Pop up the card panel on some foam tape and adhere to the card base.

Here is a closer look at the card:

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Card 2:
For my second card I used a combination of techniques.

  • Take a panel of silver shimmer paper and ink with distress oxide inks Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean.
  • Stamp the snowflakes from the Christmas Decors stamp set with silver pigment ink.
  • Die cut the panel and also a window. Place the panel of shimmer card base and stamp the stag image from the Christmas Decors stamp set. I inked the body of the stag with Peacock Feathers and the horns with Salty Ocean.
  • Stamp the sentiment from the Christmas stamp set on a strip of shimmer paper with both the inks again.
  • Mount the inked panel and the sentiment on foam tape.

Here is a closer look:

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Card 3:

I went for nontraditional colors for this card. I also couldn't resist using the Arabic Pattern stencil which is the first stencil I have designed for Mudra. I love how it turned out!

  • Take a piece of shimmer paper and ink it with distress oxide inks Seedless Preserves, Wilted Violet, Salty Ocean and Faded Jeans.
  • Die cut a rectangle out of the center.
  • Stamp the tree from the Christmas stamp set and the sentiment from the Christmas Decor stamp set with embossing ink and heat set with gold embossing powder.
  • Tape the Arabic Patterns stencil to the remaining panel. This is a pattern that can be extended easily so the paper size doesn't matter.
  • Apply gold pigment ink through the stencil.
  • Adhere the center panel to a kraft card base and pop up the frame with foam tape.

Here is a closer look.

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I hope you are inspired by my cards and create something beautiful. You can link your entries here.

The Craft Shop

Crafts Need
Anandha Stationery
Hindustan Trading Company
Kat Scrappiness
Art and Craft Store - Noida
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia


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