Hello again! I thought I’d pop in and show you what we made this week in card class! This weeks’ class was a Stamp-A-Stack: 10 cards, 2 designs, 5 of each design.
For the first card, I went with a vintage feel, and took inspiration from the incredibly talented Teneale Williams (check out her project that inspired me, HERE), using the Home For Christmas DSP and some Gorgeous Grunge splatter.
For the card front, we layered Very Vanilla cardstock, a piece of the music sheet printed DSP, and a vellum circle cut with 2-1/2″ circle punch. Once they were lined up, we stamped in a few places with Gorgeous Grunge, using Versamark. This was then heat embossed with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder.
The card front was then adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals to the card base. A strip Gold Glitter ribbon (from the Gold & White glitter ribbon pack) was glued down underneath the Home For Christmas DSP, which had been cut into the shape of a banner. A reindeer was fussy cut from the DSP as well, and adhered to the vellum circle. A few loops of Gold Metallic Thread were adhered under the vellum circle. The word merry was cut from Real Red cardstock using the Christmas Greetings Thinlits, and glued down.
The inside of the card was stamped with a greeting from Embellished Ornaments, using Real Red ink. A small strip of Gold Glimmer paper was glued inside, and on the edge of the envelope. A few gold sequins from the Gold Sequin Trim finished the card off nicely. Here is the completed card:
For the second card, I kept it C.A.S – clean and simple. On a piece of Whisper White cardstock, we stamped the sentiment from Flurry Of Wishes, using Smoky Slate ink, in the middle. Around the outer edge, snowflakes were stamped using Soft Sky and Smoky Slate ink.
The inside of the card and edge of the envelope were also stamped with the snowflakes, using Soft Sky and Smoky Slate.
This piece was then cut into 3 even sections, and adhered to the card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals, evenly spaced apart. On a small piece of Basic Black cardstock, we stamped the card front greeting again, and heat embossed with Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder. This was then trimmed down to a small banner with just the word ‘peace’ on it. This was then stuck down ontop of the greeting on the card front, using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
A few silver sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment, and some Basic Rhinestone Jewels, finished the card off. Here it is:
Thanks for stopping by my blog, and I hope I’ve left you with some inspiration to stamp a stack of your own! ‘Til next time xx
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