Monday, December 21, 2015

Christmas Wishes

  1. Stamp Whispered Wishes on Mixed Media White Paper with black ink and color with Chameleon Pens.
  2. Whispered Wishes Rubber Stamp
  3. Sprinkle the bottom with Spoonful of Snow and heat from underneath the paper so it doesn't blow off.                                         Spoonful of Snow Embossing Powder and Elements - EJS02
  4. Sprinkle Spoonfull of Snow on the top and bottom of a teal card, heat from underneath and glue the stamped image onto the card.
  5. Glue ribbon to cover the seams of the stamped piece.
  6. Add turquoise Dots Sparklers around the sentiment.                           
  7. Apply Zig glue marker to the fur part of the hat, sprinkle on Crystal Micro Glitter, let dry and shake off excess.
W152 Whispered Wishes
EJS02 Spoonful of Snow
MG01 Crystal Micro Glitter
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
AC672HSQ Dot Sparklers Turquoise

Plus:Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Chameleon Pens YG3, GR3. RD4, CG8, YL2, YO3, BL3, OR4
Zig 2 Way Glue Marker

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Cheryl W said...

Such a cute card! Love that happy snowman and your dimensional snow.

barbara macaskill said...

I love how two designers can use the same image and it comes out looking so different! This snowman is adorable and I love the blue ribbon strips at the top and bottom of it!! Have a marvelous Christmas and enjoy your time with family and friends! TFS!

Stampendous said...

Your card is darling and such a fun way to add sparkle to the sentiment. Love this snowman and friend card sending out warm wishes with a spoonful of snow too. Thank you for sharing this week!

Viki Banaszak said...

So cute! I am glad you pointed out the sparkle dots. I didn't see them at first. What a wonderful addition. I love the snow too.

Helen Gullett said...

Super adorable! I love snowman and your design :)

Jamie Martin said...

Thank you! I use Sparkle Dots on a lot of my stuff, I love them.