Good Morning all! Helen here with a little project for you today! Christmas can be the most wonderous time of the year… and also the busiest! So I made a quick and easy Christmas card for you today using a couple stencils, some embossing powder and ink.
The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.
Step 1: I cut out a piece of scrapbook paper I had to 5 ¾” x 5 ¾”. I then placed TCW870 Fir Branch stencil down with the fir branch coming from the top right hand corner. Using a VersaMark pen, I colored in the pinecones only to get the watermark down. I then sprinkled some Ranger Embossing Powder in Copper over the image and heat set it.
Step 2: Once the heat embossing was cooled down, I placed the stencil back over the embossed image and used Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Evergreen Bough to colorize the pine needles through the stencil.
Step 3: I then used TCW881 Reindeer Joy stencil and did the same technique in the bottom right corner: using my Versa mark pen to go over “JOY” and heat embossed using Ranger Embossing powder in Copper.
Step 4: To finish off my card, I matted it and adhered it to my card base! Easy Peasy! Have a super holiday where ever you are!
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I missed this card Helen, Love it and learned a new technique