This post marked as my first time ever following a challenge 😁 Since I started crafting few years ago and being busy for Mangoberry Craft, never crossed in my mind that I will one day follow a challenge.. I don’t have many free time left as I also a full time mom, taking care of my two kids 😊 So, after so long in crafting world, finally now I followed a challenge ☺️
I’m following Lindy’s Stamp Gang December 2014 color challenge
Here’s my card:
Lindy’s stamp gang starburst spray is my all time favorite spray ink.. I love how it turns out.. The two-toned shimmer is gorgeous 🙂 In this card, I used their two-toned starburst sprays: Ponderosa Pines Olive, Rudolph’s nose red, Tiffanylou Blue, Tibetan poppy teal, and Whale watch blue
I stamped my image and sentiment first and embossed it.. I masked the focal image with circle shape, so it will still popped out after I spray the inks. After that, I dropped the starburst spray one by one and blowed it with a straw 😊
Thanks so much for visiting my blog 🙂 have a great holiday, everyone 🙂
I’m so sorry for my late post… My grandpa passed away 4 days ago, thus we were so busy preparing for his funeral :(.
With this post, I want to say Merry Christmas to all my friends and family who celebrate it…
These are the xmas cards I’ve done for this year..
I was used “cozy christmas” stamp set from Mama Elephant and painted the background with gansai tambi watercolor pallete. I used its coordinated dies to avoid fussy cutting 😊
Next cards, i used “festive greetings” stamp set from Wplus9 and applied it in black and white cardstock… I looove the result of gansai tambi in dark cardstock… It’s sooo pigmented 😊
Next cards, are so simple.. I used a Memory Box die and created 3 different backgrounds techniques for each card
Left card i used gansai tambi watercolor and Hero Arts background stamp; card in the middle, i used glitzy glitter paper from DCWV; and the right card, I sprayed some of my Lindy’s stamp gang starburst inks for the background.
Well, last but not least… This xmas card using Magnolia winter night background as a focal image
I want to do it as simple as possible… Just colored the scene with distress ink and put snow marker for finishing touch..
Thanks for visiting my blog… Have a great holiday, everyone! 😊