Hi, crafty friends and visitors!
I hope you have a wonderful day!
I am here today to share with you my vintage Christmas card and here it is.
I started with a piece of a white mixed media cardstock and my Dylusions snowflake mini stencil. I used my texture paste to create the snowflakes background.
Then I applied a coat of white gesso on top. I mixed my Liquitex Raw umber acrylic paint with my Golden glazing medium and applied it onto my cardstock. I used a baby wipe to wipe of the glaze. I wanted to achieve some grunge background this way.
To create my festive greenery I used a thin watercolor paper and my Distress stain spray in Forest moss. Then I cut out my greenery out of that paper using my Tim Holtz Holiday greens die. I attached my greenery arrangement on top of my card and added some small jingle bells and a twine bow. To create my festive berries I used Pearl pen in red color.
Next, I used my manila cardstock and my marble paints in gold, teal and turquoise colors. I love to play with those paints, it's so much fun. I cut out my vintage Christmas ornament out of that marbled paper using my Sizzix die.
For the sentiment, I used the Tim Holtz stamp.
I decided to use my kraft cardstock as a card base and I applied some Crystal Ice Stickles onto the edges.
I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
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Hugs! Branka xx
Scrapy Land Challenges - Let It Snow - Sizzix dies