With 11 shades of Green in the Stampin’ Up! colour range, creating ‘Something Green’ for the #30DayChristmasCardmakingChallenge was quite easy.
I went for the obvious choice – leaves from the Leaves of Holly bundle. This is a two-step stamp set however I’ve been using the detail stamp on it’s own. I love how effective it is stamped here in Mint Macaron.
I added some ink blending on the Soft Sea Foam card base with Mint Macaron ink.
We’re In the Snow for Day 2 of the #30DayChristmasCardMakingChallenge. I’ve skirted around the theme with products having the word ‘snow’ in it’s name!
If you haven’t got some of the Snowflake Specialty Vellum you must get yourself some! It is beautiful. I love that you get the White Vellum Sheets, which is what I’ve used on my card today, and you get Iridescent Foil Sheets which pick up the colours around it.
I used the Leaves of Holly bundle, stamping the leaves in Crumb Cake to create a wintry look. Then I added some die cut twigs from the Harvest Dies to give the effect of branches that have shed their leaves.
On top of the leaves I added some Snowfall Accents Puff Paint. This is a liquid which you apply which is then heat embossed to give the puffy effect of snow.
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