I was recently chatting with my 3-year old son about traffic rules.
- When the light is green, - I explain, - you are allowed to drive. When it is red - you are not, and have to stop.
- Even though you have a red car, mommy?
Blue is the new red
I have given in the current trend of blue Christmas cards. The water colour paper background is sprayed with blue Glimmer mist, afterwards I applied a bunch of different stamps.
For the embellishments, I used round stars die and leaves. Stars were embossed with white glitter, and I added the structure to the leaves with a black pen. Cheese cloth is spayed with blue Glimmer Mist, like the background.
For the sentiment, I used vellum paper and embossed the stamp "Season's greetings" with Black Sparkle. Just a tip - use heat gun underneath the vellum to prevent it from bending upwards. Flower petals are embossed with the tool, slightly.
For the card, I took A4 black cardstock and scored it half. The principle for this card is the same, as I used for the Man's card in my other blog post. The card should contain a small pocket for the money gift and a greeting inside. Cheese cloth, stars. I added vellum circle stars die cut, just to bring an extra dimension.
Further, the center piece of the composition is built around the golden deer, framed by black and white twine.
The finished card on the white background with snow balls, pearls and stars. It is Christmas! :-)
- Water colour paper, Flying Tiger
- Glimmer Mist, Tattered Angels
- Embossing powders and glass
- Black & white twine
- Snow balls (Rema1000)
- Xmas leaves, Sizzix Tim Holtz Holiday Greens
- Star circle die, deer, Ebay
- Background stamps, Ebay & Bo Bunny
Here is the same card, with a contrasting background