Hi! Tracy Shultz, The Hopeful Crafter, here with two Holiday Cards featuring two new stamps from Technique Junkies. Check out all the new release stamps here: https://techniquejunkies.com/october-2022-stamp-release/ Save 10% off your order with my code: TJ10Tracy
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
Believe and Embellished Merry Christmas from Technique Junkies
For my first card, I heat embossed the new Believe Stamp (SD1195) with silver embossing powder. I die cut it with a stitched rectangle die. I ink blended the edges of the rectangle with Tranquil (light blue) ink from Catherine Pooler. For my night sky I used a piece of navy blue card stock and splattered it with Frost White Fantastix Ink by Tsukineko. I die cut this with a stitched rectangle die. I used a large silver foil circle to represent the moon in the upper right hand corner. I used silver foil cardstock cut with a stitched rectangle die for a mat layer. I adhered everything to an A2 card base.
For my second card, I embossed the Embellished Merry Christmas stamp (SD1198) with dark green embossing powder, then die cut that with a stitched rectangle die. I then used the Quirky Little Trees Stencil from A Colorful Life Designs with Later Gator (green) Lunar Paste on white cardstock. I used green foil cardstock as a mat layer and adhered to an A2 card base. I then added some foiled ephemera stickers from my stash (a Christmas Tree, a red pickup truck and holly leaves).
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