I am back today with a card set which can easily be an early gift for Christmas to someone. I love to colour, but mass producing doesn’t work with me if it is the same image to colour many times. I like variety. That is why I used the same card design, but different images from the Inky Antics stamp set.
First I stamped and coloured my images with Shinhan Alcohol markers, then fussy cut my images. I used some clear shimmer, white gel pen and black glaze pen for some added details, and of course some glossy accent. For the snow fall, I used the Marvy snow marker, which puffs up when heat setting it. Lovely!
Then I made my background panels, using kraft cardstock and a beautiful background stamp from Impression Obsession. I stamped it with Versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
When all the elements were done, I did all my die cutting using a double stitched rectangle die from MFT and a bigger one with single stitching from SSS. I used different sentiments (English and Hungarian too) and heat embossed them with silver/gold embossing powder.
A white card base, a dark red mat and some dimensional foam tape I used to assemble the cards. Here they are on by one:
I will upload these cuties to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Chrismtas Gifts and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Ice Inspiration.
I hope you like my cards and will return soon.
Have a wonderful weekend,