Sunday, October 26, 2008

Joy to the World card...


While perusing the blogging world this morning, I came across a beautiful card by Tosh ? on a blog called Stamp Talk with Tosh. She did hers in a pink theme. So, me being inspired, I had to give it a go... this is my version of her card. TFL

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Christmas Memories stamp set
Christmas Scripts stamp set
Perfect Day bulk B&T
Colonial White and Juniper C/S
Juniper ink
Clear embossing powder (emboss-resist technique)
White Daisy grosgrain (sponge-inked with Juniper)
Martha Stewart snowflake punch
Slot punch (SU)
Glue pen
Prisma Glitter
Pop-dots (other)
Make-up sponges (other)

7 comments:

Tracy said...

Vicki, your card is stunning!!

Lori said...

Wow. As I was looking at your card. The first word that came to my head was "stunning", and then as I went to post my comment, I saw that Tracy had thought the same thing. Love it.

dddeecee said...

This is such a simple but beautiful card! There's another stamp set I'm going to have to get...after I already figured out which stamp set I will be using. Thanks for feeding my addiction! ;)

I am a fellow CTMH'er and I just found your blog. I love your work and immediately added you to my favorites. Thanks for the inspiration.

Leslie said...

Oh! Beautiful! Now I am glad I own that stamp set! Thanks, Leslie

Julie Brown said...

I'm also a CTMH'er and I love your work. I'm subsribed to your blog. When you get a chance will you explain the technique for giving the tree the dimension? You mentioned the name of it, but I had never heard of it.

And I never thought of dying white organdy ribbon! Thanks for that idea.

Vicki Wizniuk said...

Julie, what I did for the tree was Clear embossed the tree image first, then took a make-up sponge and dabbed it into the Juniper ink. I then just dabbed and rubbed the ink over the embossed image of the tree. So everywhere the embossed image is will show white because it 'resists' the ink.

Clearly Inspired said...

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!

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