For tonight's blog hop I have created 3 cards (not coloring required:) and I hope you like them.
Peace, Love & Joy: I started my card base with Pure Luxury White CS, then I trimmed a smaller piece on Pure Luxury Fresh Asparagus CS and a piece of Vintage Holly Digital Paper. I stitched them together. Next I stamped the image on a piece of Pure Luxury White CS in Clear Embossing Ink and then heat embossed with Gold Embossing powder. I sponged the border with Gold Ink and added some paper piercing around. The sentiment was stamped in Memento Rich Cocoa and I also sponged the borders with same color. I added some Chocolate Chip Satin Ribbon and overlapped a piece of the new Holiday Ribbon. A couple of red dew drops on one of each corner and this card is ready to be sent.
Peace & Blessing: For this card I started my card base with a piece of Pure Luxury White CS, then I added a smaller piece of Cranberry Tart and a piece of Vintage Holly Digital Paper. I cut a Note Shape in Pure Luxury Cranberry Tart CS and then trimmed it and adhered it on top. I added some faux stitches using a Uni-ball Signo White Pen. The sentiment was stamped in Memento Sweet Plum, borders were sponged with Plum Craft and Dark Pink Ink. I added around the new Pure Luxury Gold-lined White Organdy Ribbon and a bow.
Hallelujah!: A very white card. I used a piece ofPure Luxury White CS as my card base. A piece of White CS was dry embossed using my Cuttlebug Machine. The image was heat embossed using Gold Embossing powder, borders were punched and a piece of Pure Luxury Gold CS was added. As a final touch I added some White Satin Ribbon and overlapped a piece of Pure Luxury Gold-lined White Organdy Ribbon. I made a little bow using a piece of ribbon from the Holiday Collection, I added a White button from Holiday Collection and some Pure Luxury Gold Cording.
I hope you like my creations!
For even more ideas with Theresa Momber's A Very Merry Christmas stamp set, visit her blog link below as well as the GinaK Idea Center here: A Very Merry Christmas. Theresa's tip sheet has been added to the Idea Center as a PDF so you can print out her tips and suggestions for a handy reference tool. We've also included her Copic coloring links too.
Here's all the Designer's Blog Links to check out tonight:
September's Center Stage Spotlight Team:
and finally, Theresa's Guest Designers for A Very Merry Christmas: