Lots of new or barely used products listed in my sale pages, so why not take a look.
I loved all the projects made with the SSS Bouquet of Roses stencil when it was released, so "had" to get it! I used ink daubers with DOs picked raspberry, abandoned coral & lucky clover.
The sentiment from SSS Thoughtful Messages was stamped in Versafine Clair Morning Mist--a nice shade of gray. I covered the sentiment with purple tape & splattered with watered down ink from a black Zig. I debossed a frame using my score board & mounted the panel to gray cardstock using fun foam. Finished off with Wedding Dress Pico Embellisher dots. I'm entering SSS Flickr Challenge 127 & Time Out.
One year at summer camp when I was a kid, I got my cabinmates to use "Christmas in July" for our cabin's theme. So you see, my love of Christmas began long ago. Here's my entry for Christmas Kickstart, CHNC 445, Retro Rubber, Stamplorations Theme & Sketch and Stamplorations Never-Ending Anything Goes.
One of Jo's inspiration cards used the same Stamplorations image from Coffee for all Seasons which I got in 2017.
She inspired me to use red, but I went the simple route of emboss resist. I used gold detail powder & festive berries Distress Ink going darker to lighter from the bottom right to the top left corner. Using DI made it easy to remove the red from the whip cream with a sparkle pen & to color the cinnamon stick with a tea dye DI marker.
I used festive berries to stamp the HA sentiment from the 2011 Merriest Christmas Wishes set--still a favorite. Instead of real splatters this time, I used a PRS splatter image & Delicata Golden Glitz ink. The focal point was attached to a kraft square with foam tape & I decided against embellishments.
Edited to Add: Thanks to Suzanne I'm also entering Double Trouble.
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