Welcome for Day 9 of my 2018 Christmas Series Once again! I must admit I am absolutely enjoying each creation I made for this series! I hope you are getting a lot of inspiration for your holiday creations this year!
For Day 9, I am focusing on Simon Says Stamp and Penny Black! I pulled out a back ground stamp called Snowflake Outline. This background is perfect for any medium you have in your stash or is your favorite to create with!
So I am going to use the same stamp and die sets for two cards, but you will see two completely different looks!
For card 1, used white embossing powder and a white pencil by Faber Castel... Simple, right? No need to color a solid image, but you definitely could! I chose a colorless blender pencil by Prismacolor to blend out the edges of my color line... Used a jagged edge die to make it is look like a frosted window added a sentiment, both from Penn Black and a hint of white pigment ink and there ya go!
For Card 2, let use some gold embossing powder, add some ink to the bottom of the design. You can chose which way you want to add your color, I chose to use a blender brush and a plain sponge (nothing fancy)... added some white pigment ink to the top to smooth out my ink edge and also make the top lighter! Used the same frame die and sentiment set as my previous card.... Added a little bling to this card using some metallic paper and metallic drops for accents!
Here are just a few of the supplies I used making these cards...
SSS Snowflake Outline Background Stamp
Penny Black Antique Frame Dies
Penny Black Christmas Sentiments
Tim Holtz 8 x 8 Paper Pad - Metallic Gold/Silver
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Back with a very simple watercolor background card that is easy to make when you are in a punch for a simple sentiment card.
I used a watercolor paper card base, a sentiment die from Penny Black and my Gansai watercolors.
I set the colors for the background onto the card base and set it aside to dry. Then grabbed some white card stock and cut the sentiment 4 times and layered each cut to create my own chipboard.
It's that simple!
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