This card was made for 3 challenges: the Alphabet challenge for the letter R for red, the Color Challenge to use Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler and Silver (although, I may be pushing the boundaries for silver for the color challenge with this gray cs. Let me know!) and the Ways To Use It Challenge to use a bird on your card. I think this Hero Arts cardinal is so regal looking. Once I stamped the bird, then I took a brayer in smokey slate and rolled that onto the embossing folder, then I stamped the single tree from the SU Lovely As A Tree set 3 times onto the embossing folder over what I just brayered using SU basic gray ink, and ran this through the cuttlebug. I use a piece of craft foam behind the "silver" panel to give the lift for the shaker card. This card was a lot of fun to make and I am giving it to my SIL as part of her Christmas gift. Thanks for looking! ~Karen.
Date: Saturday, December 16, 2017 GMT Views: 1458
Stamps: StampinUp Lovely As A Tree; Hero Arts Color Layering Cardinal; My Favorite Things Christmas (sentiment)
Paper: Coordinations 110 lb White; StampinUp Basic Gray and Real Red
Paper Size: A7 Card Base
Ink: Marvy Matchables Blackp; Stampinup Basic Gray, Real Red, Smokey Slate, Cherry Cobbler and Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: SU Woodlands Embossing Folder; Spellbinders Grand Ovals Die; Spellbinders Ribbon Banner Die; Hero Arts Coordinating Cardinal Die Set; SU Dazzling Diamonds Glitter; Zig 2-way Glue Pen; Brayer; Copic Markers in G07, G21 and G28
Techniques: Shaker Card; Stamping and Brayering an Embossing Folder; Die Cutting Stamping with Layering Stamps
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Sat, Dec 16, 2017 @ 7:50 AM
Oh Karen, what a beautiful woodland with the embossed birches and the Lovely as a Tree classic. And that glitter in the shaker window looks gorgeous, as does your your handsome cardinal. What a special card for your SIL, sure to be treasured.