I started with a Whisper White card base. The next panel of Whisper White cs was embossed with SU's Petals-A-Plenty Impressions Folder. (Oh, love this embossing! You can't help but touch it.) I then added a strip of Textured Old Olive cs with a Whisper White Jumbo Brad. For my main panel, I started with Border Blue cs and stamped the stars with VersaMark. On Whisper White scraps, I stamped the shorter tree with Craft Old Olive and the bigger tree with a combination of VersaMark and Always Artichoke ink and clear embossed both. I cut them out and set them aside. I grabbed some more Whisper White scraps, tore the top edges and applied Dazzling Diamonds along the edges with my Two-Way Glue Pen. I then put my snowy together and added the Merry Christmas rub-on.
After all this - I realized that I had some how gotten a small blue smudge on the white card base! Oh! No! That's okay, though, it was an opportunity to embellish, so I snagged the corner stamp from the set, inked it up with Old Olive and stamped right over that smudge. Phew! Crisis averted! LOL...
TFL - Regina
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009 GMT Views: 1427
Registered: May 18, 2008 Location: Virginia Posts: 23887
Thu, Nov 19, 2009 @ 4:56 PM
Great smude control there Regina and it really added a pop to your card at the same time!!! What an AWESOME job you did with this sketch Regina. This is fabulous!! LOVE the glitter, snow drifts, trees, jumbo brad and ef. Love the addition of "blue" in the mix for the sky!! Great job!! TFS!
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