Sunday, December 17, 2017

Peace Love & Joy

          I have a card to share for the Color Throwdown Challenge #473. We were suppose to use pink, green, white and kraft. Here is the inspiration picture....

This Challenge is pretty easy for me, I really love these colors together. The problem was too many ideas. I will save this picture for when I need some inspiration in the future. I love these sets I used from Sunny Studio Stamps and I need to keep using them until Christmas, there are so many options. Here is what I came up with.

I used the Sunny Studio Stamp Sets Holiday Style and Merry Sentiments. Merry Sentiments has that layered Christmas light and the rest are from Holiday Style. First I stamped the Christmas tree branches with two different shades of Altenew Inks, Frayed Leaf & Forest Glades. I tried to add the darker color to the edges and branches, it worked pretty well only because I have a MISTI Stamping tool(that I ❤️ love). Next I did the multi layered lights and ornaments with Altenew’s Cherry Blossom set of 4 pink inks.

Next I assembled everything and added Clear Wink of Stella pen to the lights and ornaments. Over that I put irRESISTible shimmer pico embellisher. I wanted them to stand out and sparkle as much as possible.

I stamped the sentiment in Forest Glades then stamped over it with Versamark, then Heat embossed with Clear embossing powder. I diecut it with a stitched rectangle and went over the whole rectangle with Clear Wink of Stella. I applied it to a white top folding card...and I was done.

Thank you for your visit, I really appreciate it and hope you like my Creation.  If you want to check out The Color Throwdown Challenge click HERE. Hope to see you again -Jodi

1 comment:

  1. So soft and pretty! I love that you used light bulbs as well as the Christmas ornaments! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at the Color Throwdown!


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