>> Friday, October 21, 2016
by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff
Today, I'm showing off a brand new Pinecone image. Isn't it wonderful? When I saw it, I just had a picture in my head of it hanging like an ornament so that's the direction I went. The pinecone was stamped, colored w/ Copics & fussy cut. Then I die cut a large white panel, cut out the arched window & cut another arch (using 2 sizes of the same die set) to make a frame. I stamped the Merry Christmas Arc on the frame (I cut the image apart to make it easier). On the leftover arched piece & also on the leftover large frame, I used the Woven Plaid stamp (the cut apart version), & the 3 colors of Distress inks. I went back I embossed the white layer w/ a snowfall folder before I put it all together & I also added a little die cut holly for the hanging part of the pinecone.
>> Thursday, October 20, 2016
>> Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Here is a sneak peak at a new scripture stamp coming out soon. It works perfectly for Thanksgiving or for many other occasions. I plan to use it in my Bible Journaling and for a Pastor Appreciation card thanking my pastor for all he does for our church and my family.
I stamped the image twice and cut out the words I wanted to highlight on one. I then smeared some distress crayon on those highlighted words and popped them up. It needed something else so I added in the Fall Leaf with Acorn image which I had also colored with distress crayons.
>> Tuesday, October 18, 2016
>> Monday, October 17, 2016
Hi! Today's card is a pretty simple one to create. I started with white CS, created a mask for the ground and sky and then sponged on the grassy area with Bundled Sage Distress ink and SU Bashful Blue for the sky. The greeting was stamped with Versafine Black Onyx ink and then I added the die cut fence. Last I stamped and colored the pumpkin, then fussy cut it and attached it to the card with glue dots. Everything is attached to the white card base.
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