Good morning! STAMPtember exclusive collaboration reveals are over for 2018 but I’m still sharing a few more videos using products from the STAMPtember release earlier this month. These are normal release products and will be carried in the shop (even if some may be out of stock right now!).
And today we’ve got a fun sale going on for Avery Elle and My Favorite Things products!!
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I created a video that you can watch below or at my YouTube channel!
To start I stamped the Festive Trees stamps twice onto a piece of strathmore bristol cardstock with versamark and heat-embossed them with white embossing powder. Then I blended wilted violet, shaded lilac, and peacock feathers distress ink onto the trees. I started with a heavier hand at the bottom of each tree and lightened as I moved up the tree. Once I was done blending I spritzed them with clear iridescent spray and let them dry before die-cutting them with the coordinating Festive Trees dies.
I stamped my sentiment from Festive Trees onto black cardstock with versamark and heat-embossed it with white embossing powder before die-cutting it with the Sentiment Label dies. Next I die-cut two A2 panels of white cardstock with the largest of the Wonky Rectangles dies from Simon Says Stamp and adhered them to white card bases. They’re not quite A2 sized leaving a nice white border around the edge.
For my first card I arranged the trees on a horizontal base and adhered them with regular ATG adhesive before adding my sentiment with foam mounting tape. For my second card I stamped the scripty sentiment from Festive Trees directly onto the vertical panel with versafine and heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder. Then I adhered my trees with regular adhesive and foam mounting tape. Finally I added a few sparkling clear sequins to each card to finish it with a little extra sparkle!
Thanks so much for visiting and have a fantastic day!
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