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Vintage Christmas Card

This week at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a sketch challenge.   The sketches come from the Stampin’ Success magazine.  There are two sketches.  You choose the one that inspires you the most.  I chose to do the first sketch because I’ve been so inspired by Deck the Halls DSP and the vintage look.  I know I promised to post more of the cards that my guests did at the Christmas Stamp-a-Stack this past Saturday and I will.  Look for them on Wednesday.  But for now here’s my newest creation.


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Vintage Christmas Card

Finished size: 5″ x 5″

Stamp Sets: Belles & Boughs

Paper: Card stock:  Early Espresso, Always Artichoke, Deck the Halls DSP, Cherry Cobbler; watercolor paper

Ink: Early Espresso, Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, More Mustard, Soft Suede, Versamark (heat embossed in gold the bells and holly images then water colored)

Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop Circle #2 die, Circle Scissor Plus, Decorative Label Punch, Blender pens, Gold Champagne Glass Glitter, 5/8″ Very Vanilla Satin ribbon, Stampin’ Sponges, dimensionals

Techniques: Heat embossing, watercoloring, die cutting

2 Responses

  1. Your card is just gorgeous! Love all the bling and details, beautiful. Now to run up to my craft room and get this sketch done, I so struggle with sketches.


  2. what a lovely, lovely card…beautiful site…thanks for sharing…


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