- 4 x 12½cm square, white, 300 gsm scallop edged cards and matching sized envelopes
- Distress Ink (tumbled glass) swiped down both the card front and the inside
- Penny Black wreath image stamped over the distressed panel (and also on to the front and rear of the envelopes) using Memento Paris dusk ink
- Hero Arts sentiment stamped on two cards using Versafine onyx black ink and on the other two I used Memento Paris dusk
- Stardust stickles used to highlight the ribbon and stars on the wreath - it's actually quite twinkly IRL!
|And a close up - to show the sparkle a bit better, hopefully!!|
- 15cm square, white, 300 gsm scallop edged card and matching sized envelope
- Distress Inks .... bundled sage and weathered wood "swiped" across the front of the card (and carried across to the inside too.
- Kaisercraft "rocks" image stamped using Distress Ink in iced spruce
- Kaisercraft "sketchy" image stamped using Brilliance Thyme ink
- Sparkle 'n Sprinkle large pine bough and Hero Arts sentiment stamped using Adirondack ink - bottle
- Stardust stickles used to highlight the image
On reflection I would perhaps have preferred it had I opted to reverse the Distress Ink colours and have the weathered wood directly beneath the bottle green image - better?
And my last Christmas card for today ....... using a sketch originally presented by Chrissie and Mandi over at Simply Less Is More some time ago - which I LOVED!!! (BTW check out their blog today for their new challenge, launched at 08:00 GMT - the theme is TO USE A BIRD) I am sooooooooo on a roll this past week, with my Christmas cards, I MUST have caught up now!! Haven't I?
- Cream textured DL card and matching sized envelope
- Off cuts of deep green card, white card and SCWV winter stack card
- Martha Stewart edging punch
- Hero Arts "old French script" image stamped using Memento London fog ink
- Stampology tree image stamped using Adirondack bottle green ink
- Hero Arts Sentiment stamped directly on to base card using Adirondack bottle green ink
- Stardust stickles to bling up the tree!
And a close up - which will, hopefully, show the glitter better!