Thursday, December 10, 2015

Christmas Card by Cheryl Wright



I love it when I can make something totally unique, and this card falls into that category.

I began this by masking off an area of the card so only a circle of script was stamped. Then, using gold ink and Stampin Up Gorgeous Grunge - which is basically dots and blobs - I randomly stamped over the front of the card front.

To make the star, I used some recycled cardboard, and ripped off the outer layer so the ripped area shows, then cut the shape using a die. Using the same gold ink, I rubbed the cardboard across the ink pad to get some shimmer going.

This was added to the car, a bow added, and a smaller gold star. A greeting was stamped and added.


Last, but not least, I scattered some smaller gold stars around.

Here's a close up of the focal area:



I hope you've enjoyed this card. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you next time!


















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