Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Holly Jolly Greetings Stampin Up

Hello there,
I have a Christmas card to share with you today,  it's one I made for an organised swap and which would have been received by the time you read this.

Once again, (sure your going to get fed up with me ) I have used the smoosh technique on shimmery card stock, using Old Olive Ink pad and then stamped the tiny cute stars from the Holly Jolly Greetings set, and embossed them with Gold Embossing powder,
I stamped a sentiment in our new Archival Basic Grey pad, mounted it on a dimensional on top of some Gold Glitter card,  I then Stapled the Merry sentiment cut from the Christmas Greetings die that comes in a bundle with the stamp set, saving 15% when bought as a bundle.

Mounted the sequins on bits of dimensional for added texture, then mounted on top Gold Mirror card stock, I was a bit mean with this as I cut a square hole in the middle of it to use for punching another time, .  Not sure anyone will notice, .. Tee Hee.....

Before I mounted onto Old Olive Card stock , I again stamped in versamark the cute little Stars and embossed with gold Powder...

                                                Hopefully they are well received!



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3 comments:

  1. I'm glad I was in this organised swap as I love your card. Thank you for sharing. Zx

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  2. These are really lovely Kim, I know they are all different and you can't really plan where the ink goes, but especially love your close up one because I think it looks like a Chritsmas Tree!

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