Tuesday, December 15, 2020

December Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge reminder

 

Hello crafty friends and welcome!

Just popping in with a reminder about this month's

STAMPlorations Theme & Photo Prompt challenge!

I drew colors from the photo and added touches of

shimmer to my shaker card: 

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Here's the inside:


I started by stamping the cross image from the Art Marks 2

stamp set around the edges of my card base in metallic gold ink.

After trimming and adhering the green paper with matte to the base,

I die cut the tree using the Christmas Icons - Christmas tree #2 die.

I stamped one of the star images from the Christmas Baubles stamp set 

above it. I decided the panel needed a bit something more, so I 

stamped around the edges using the circle stamp from the Art Marks 2 stamp set.

The shaker part was assembled using some Color Confetti Shaker Blends. 

(I did take some extra time to just pick out colors that matched

my card.!)

Both sentiments on the front and inside are from the

Christmas Baubles stamp set. 

There's still plenty of time to link up your project at the

STAMPlorations December Theme & Photo Prompt challenge!

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Supplies:

Stamps: Christmas Baubles, Art Marks 2

Ink: Brilliance - Galaxy Gold; Memento - Cottage Ivy; Gina K. - Kraft

DP: HOTP; American Crafts - red glitter

CS: Thunderbolt; Bazzill; Neenah

Accessories: GC; CUTplorations - Christmas Icons -Christmas Tree #2 die; MISTI; Shaker Blends - Color Confetti; Grafix - acetate

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares; TE - foam sticky strips; Ranger - MMM


 

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