Hello again, stampers! I had the honor of winning a guest designer spot for CAS(E) This Sketch for a card I did way back in August, and this is my week! And I love the sketch too; check it out:
Isn't that a great versatile sketch?! So of course, I am still working on Christmas cards (I need to count them, I may have enough, LOL!) and I finally broke into my hoarded Wonderland paper from Kaisercraft. This particular pattern has embossed tan stars along with the white ones, so I thought it would look great with a big embossed sentiment! Here we go:
I diecut two Concord & 9th sentiments from Naturals White cardstock three times and adhered them together. I then "smushed" the front side of the sentiments in Versamark ink, then heat embossed them with clear embossing powder. You can't see it here, but they are really shiny and coordinate nicely with the embossed paper! It's a great way to step up a diecut and still keep your card simple!
Be sure to check out what the other designers created with this fabulous sketch and share yours as well! You can find all the details at the CAS(E) This Sketch blog! And thanks for popping by today!
Right at the entrance to the gardens at Longwood was this incredible pinecone "sculpture"...quite impressive! It even looked frosty!
Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Card stock & Papers||Crumb Cake, Naturals White (ret), Wonderland DSP (Kaisercraft)|
|Accessories||Clear Embossing Powder, Dimensionals|
|Tools||Big Shot, Season of Cheer Dies (Concord and Ninth), Heat Tool|