I am in the throws of making my own Christmas cards to mail out by the end of November. I am up to 60 cards and I think I need only 10 more. This card is very simple but, I think, a little bit elegant.
Notice the blue hue over the snowman? All you need is a sponge and soft sky ink. I just tapped the sponge in the ink and then lightly bounced the sponge over the snowman.
The scalloped mat around the snowman and the sentiment were created with the Layering Ovals Framelits. However, the oval scallop in white was created with the retired scallop oval punch.
Here are the rest of the details about what I used:
stamps: Christmas Magic, Versatile Christmas (sentiment - retired)
ink: tuxedo memento black, cherry cobbler, soft sky
paper: whisper white thick (card base), cherry cobbler, This Christmas designer series specialty paper.
other: layering ovals framelits, scallop oval punch (retire), warm & cheer washi tape, dimensionals, multipurpose liquid glue, sponge
And, coming next week there is a sale:
Online Extravaganza: November 21-28 Starting Monday, we’ll have select products 10-40% off for one week only!
Stampin' Up! has told me to check back on Thursday, November 17th to get all the details. I will post them for you to read Thursday evening.
That's all folks!
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