SSS Peace on Earth

Hello crafty friends, happy Tuesday!
Today I have ink-blended-snowflakes-patterned Christmas cards with Simon Says Stamp Outline Snowflakes background stamp.

For my first card, I ink blended the background panel using Broken China & Faded Jeans Distress Oxide inks. I heat embossed the Outline Snowflakes Background onto watercolour paper panel using white embossing powder first, and then ink blended on the stamped panel with Distress Oxide inks. For blending, I used medium sized blender brush in the Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brush setthis set is super FANTASTIC!!
Next, I added Perfect Pearl to the snowflakes, opaque white ink splatters all over the panel.
For the sentiment, I used the Tiny Words Christmas stamp set.

For my second card, I ink blended the panel with some Distress inks: Seedless Preserves, Faded Jeans, Mermaid Lagoon and a bit of Fossilized Amber.
I also heat embossed the Outline Snowflakes Background on watercolour paper panel with white embossing powder, blended on the stamped panel with Distress inks, added Perfect Pearls & white ink splatters.
I embellished with a few PPP 3mm sparkling clear sequins.

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day!

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


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5 thoughts on “SSS Peace on Earth

  1. I think these are two of the most beautiful cards I have seen this fall. I love the snowflake stamp and your Distress Ink colors choices are spot on. Love these!

  2. Hi Yoosun. I thought I would send you a note to say how stunningly beautiful and creative your work is! I’ve been admiring your craftsmanship now since I started receiving your email blog last month, and now sending words of encouragement to KEEP creating! It’s gorgeous! I don’t normally send responses like this but felt a deep joy in letting you know. Merry Christmas to you. In His glory, Julie Morgen From Denver, Colorado

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. I love all the layers and details you took the time to add. some are subtle and difficult to photograph but they are awesome! thanks for sharing

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