Thursday, December 7, 2017

Merry Christmas




MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!  I love how this card turned out.  I even got all fancy photographing it.  This year I actually got a head start.  All my church cards are complete and I am half way done with my cards.

I love the Concord & 9th Plaid background.  It is so versatile.  Change the color ink or change the  color cardstock and you get a totally new feel and appearance.   I started with some red cardstock and stamped it with Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink.  Then I added the thin lines with Delicata Gold Glitz and used Ranger Princess Gold embossing powder.  Once I heat set it, I wiped off the residue from my embossing bag.

I die cut some black cardstock  with the Merry die  from Concord & 9th.  After stacking them I added one more layer with gold glitter paper.  Slapped on some gold sequence and I was done.

I hope you love this card as much as I do.  Be sure to watch the video to see what it would look like with gold foiled cardstock.

Thanks for stopping by!





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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Team Tuesday with Ceal

Hi there! 
Welcome to Team Tuesday, it's Ceal here to share a shaker card with you today featuring some Concord & 9th products. 
If you are like me the Misti is a must have when using layering and background stamps.  Layering stamps for the life of me even though they are clear I cannot get them to line up without the Misti, background well I have small hands so it's pretty much impossible for me to hold that gianormous block. So the Misti is my best friend! 
To make my card I used the Original Misti and several Concord & 9th stamps. I started with the Blooms Fill In set, Versamark Ink and Gilded embossing powder by Brutus Monroe. I inked up the Fill In blooms background with Versamark ink and embossed it in gold. I love using the Misti when embossing because it allows me to get great coverage with the Versamark. 


Next I used some Catherine Pooler inks and again using the Misti to help me line up the layers I filled in all the flowers. Using the Creative Corners helped me be able to stamp the ones along the sides. 

I love the new Bar Magnets, you now how new stamps tend to lift your paper? well if you use two of them your paper doesn't move an inch!


After I got all the stamping done on the blooms, I cut out theChristmas tree using the Trim The Tree dies. 

To finish the card, I stamped a background using the Plaid Background stamp and the greeting from the Trim the Tree set also using Catherine Pooler inks.
 I placed some acetate over the negative of the Christmas Tree and then added foam tape around the edges. I added some sequins on the plaid background and then placed the front on top.


Wanna know how I used the tree itself?  I am doing a series of 25 days of Christmas Inspiration on my blog, so Check my blog tomorrow and you'll see.