Monday, December 3, 2012

Today's card uses a more non-traditional color palette for the holidays. The card was designed by my good friend Deanna Barton and she made it for a Christmas Card Swap.

This black and red combination looks lovely with the Silver Embossing.

The card designer used sequins on this tree, but our Rhinestone Basic Jewels can be colored with a Sharpie and add even more bling to your project.  
Supplies used:
Snow Swirled stamp set
Basic Black, Real Red and Whisper White card stock
Silver Pigment ink and/or Versamark ink pad, retired corner punch
Silver Embossing Powder (don't forget the Embossing Buddy) and Heat Tool

We had a Girl Scout meeting last week and made t-shirt scarves.  This was a lot of fun, so I wanted to share a couple photos with you.

The girls were getting a work out stretching their t-shirts.
Sarah made a fringed scarf.
This is Molly with an infinity scarf (several of the girls made this one). 
Dezi made a ruffled scarf (this is the one I made too).  

Silver Stampin' Emboss Powder - by Stampin' Up!
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If you’ve ever embossed before, you know what fun it is to see the powder melt into a smooth, shimmery image, right before your eyes. If not, you are in for a real treat! Embossing gives a gleaming, finished look to any stamp project.

■ 1/2 oz. container
■ Heat set to add dimension to artwork

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