Sunday, December 8, 2013

White Winter Card

This weeks sketch at Seize the Sketch

And here's my entry:

Although my card doesn't follow the sketch exactly, I think its still close enough to count. What about you?

All items used are Stampin' Up! products unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Joyful Christmas (131805C) (131802W)
Ink: Versa Mark (102283)
Paper: White Textured Cardstock (Purchased from Wal-Mart), Vellum (101856), Silver Foil Sheets (132178)
Cool Tools: White Embossing Powder (109132), Silver Embossing Powder (109131)
The Perfect Touch: 1/8" Mini Brads (122941), Wilton Brand 4" Doilies (Purchased from Michaels Craft Store)
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  1. how beautiful! I love the embossing on vellum, so elegant!
    Thanks for joining us at Seize the Sketch!

  2. stunning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for joining us on Seize the Sketch!!

  3. love all the white! Thanks for joining us at Seize the Sketch!

  4. do you have the direction for this card love this

  5. love this card can you post instructions

  6. Hi Denise. Its pretty simple really. I just used the poinsettia image from the Joyful Christmas stamp set and stamped on vellum in versa mark ink twice. I then embossed with white embossing powder and cut them out. I cut out just the top section of the one and layered it on top of the whole one with a stampjn dimensional and then added the mini brads. I also used the leaf image from the same stamp set and stamped on a foil sheet in versa mark and used white embossing powder on it as well. I cut the doilie in half and then layered all the pieces on the card. I then stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set in versa mark onto the card base and used the silver embossing powder. That's it. :)

  7. This is stunning. Did you win? Wedding cards would look lovely with flowers using your technique. Thanks for sharing

  8. This is gorgeous. The technique would look lovely on a wedding card using a flower stamp amd die. Thanks for sharing