I want to show you my Christmas cards today inspired by Kristina & Jennifer’s cards at Online Card Class – Holiday Card Workshop 2014.
Day 1 – Easy to Duplicate Cards
My first card here:
I 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.
My second card here:
This 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!
Thank you so much for stopping by and Have a wonderful day!
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!
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7 thoughts on “Make a Wish!”
Wonderful cards! I just love the scene you created in the first, and the stamping to create the tree in the second is wonderful!
Fabulous cards, love the way you changed it to a vertical scene on your first card!!
Great cards! I think I love your tree even more than Jennifers’! Pretty high praise. :) Beautiful work!
What a fabulous pair of cards…I love that amazing Christmas tree made with all those stamps, so so creative.
Lovely cards! That second one is so bright and colorful! I’m taking the class too… not sure I’m brave enough to try more than one color on the stamps… maybe!
Both your cards area awesome, love, love, love your tree, it’s so very clever!