Used faded photo Distress ink on one side of an embossing folder, place white card stock inside and ran through a Cuttlebug. Layered it on red card. Stamped candle image on white card stock with black India Ink. Colored with Distress Markers and metallic Gelly roll pens.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Another Christmas Card
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Labels: embossing folders, traditional cards
Thursday, December 12, 2013
More Christmas Cards
Need more Christmas cards. Decided to use some of the backgrounds I have on hand that are cut to ATC size to use on the cards. I think my arty friends will appreciate these.
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Labels: embossing folders, tap transfer
I was able to finish another quilt for Comfort Quilters. Used the disappearing 9 Patch pattern with donated 5-1/2" squares.
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Monday, December 9, 2013
Time to make some Christmas cards. I recently received some of Tim Holtz's stencils and a friend wondered how these were to be used, she especially liked the ray one. I directed her to Tim's blog. Then decided it would be fun to use this stencil in my Christmas card. Card stock in red with tiny gold sparkles in them Layered the stencil over the card and sponged on gold Encore! ink.
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Labels: pearl pen, stencils, traditional cards
Mixed Media Using an Image Transfer ATC
This month in 9ATC group the theme is mixed media using an image transfer. I choose a piece of background paper I liked and transferred an angel image using TAP.
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Labels: atc, tap transfer
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