Make a Wish!

Hello folks,
I want to show you my Christmas cards today inspired by Kristina & Jennifer’s cards at Online Card Class – Holiday Card Workshop 2014.
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Day 1 – Easy to Duplicate Cards

My first card here:
20141103-DAY1-01I was inspired by Kristina’s card.

I applied Black Soot distress ink around the edges of a navy blue paper panel using an ink blending tool at first. After the ink has dried, I stamped building silhouette & sentiment in VersaMark ink on the bottom side of the navy panel and then heat embossed in white. Next, I laid the Falling Snow stencil over the panel and applied white embossing paste over the stencil. I then adhered the completed embossed panel to a kraft cardstock using dimensional foam tape. To finish it off I die cut a tiny heart from red cardstock and applied red glitter glue onto it.

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My second card here:

20141103-DAY1-03This card was inspired by Jennifer’s card. I used Hero Arts Holiday Petals And Leaves Stamp Set. I love it – so versatile!

To create this card, I followed Jennifer’s super cool technique!! I can’t tell you the details here but, it is really.. really Awesome! So FUN!

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Thank you so much for stopping by and Have a wonderful day!

★ Supplies:
Mama Elephant MAKE A WISH Stamp Set
Mama Elephant Central Park Stamp Set
Hero Arts Holiday Petals And Leaves Stamp Set
Simon Says Stamp Falling Snow Stencil
Distress Ink Pads – Black Soot
VersaMark Embossing Ink Pad
Ranger Embossing Powder – Seaform
Studio 490 Wendy Vecchi Embossing Paste – White
Hero Arts Dye Ink – Lime Green Mid-Tone, Cornflower, Tide Pool, and Red Royal
Simon Says Stamp Dye Ink – Sea Glass Blue, Audrey Blue, Mint, Surf Blue, and Sunshine
EK Powder Tool (Anti static powder tool)

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts

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7 thoughts on “Make a Wish!

  1. Wonderful cards! I just love the scene you created in the first, and the stamping to create the tree in the second is wonderful!

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