September 17, 2018

Wishing You JOY at Christmas!

Happy Monday everyone!

Hope you had a lovely weekend! We had a bit of sunshine and hence I went trekking to near by hills. Had so much fun climbing Perth hills. Anyway, today I had a chance to play with the new Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember Festive Trees stamp set and coordinating die. So here is the card I made.

I started with white heat embossing the bubble tree seven times. Then using the coordinating die, I did cut them all out. Then using distress inks, I sponged the die cut trees. Each tree has two shades of the same colour to make seven rainbow coloured bubble Christmas trees. I arranged and glue them in two layers. On another panel, I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set and also stamped the bubble images all over the panel. I coloured the bubbles in rainbow colours using copic markers. I adhered the three bubble tree layer on the top of this panel and the fours bubble tree layer on the white card base. I adhered the sentiment panel using the foam adhesive for dimensional layer. Finally I added glossy accents on all the bubbles on the sentiment panel and to a few random bubbles on the trees.

This is a fun and colourful Christmas card. Not a traditional one. Hope you like it. I have all the supplies used to make this card listed below.

Supplies:


Thank you very much for visiting my blog today. Have a lovely week!

Comments

  1. Marisela Delgado says

    FABULOUS CARD! FABULOUS COLORS!!! Awesome!!

  2. This is awesome! Love it!

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