13 November 2015

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Hello friends!! Happy Friday to you all! Have I told you how much I like the Color Burst?! Oh yeah! These powders are like magic, every project is different and the results are amazing! I created this super easy card using Alizarin Crimson Color Burst, this color is beautiful. For this project I got inspired by color combo from The Challenge.



Here are the details:

  • Create a card base from Kraft cardstock.
  • Stamp image from "Merry Christmas Deer" on a piece of white cardstock in Versamark Watermark Ink, add silver embossing powder and heat set.
  • Mist your paper, then sprinkle Alizarin Crimson Color Burst (as much/little as you want, I recommend to start with small amount and then add more if desired), mist your paper a little bit more until you get the effect you want.
  • Let piece dry or speed the process with your heat tool.
  • Add a piece of fabric behind image, add stitches.
  • Add stitched panel to card base. Add a couple of red rhinestones.


And voila!! Love the final product, I will try this technique in different colors, easy to make and flat to mail.

Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day!!

5 comments:

  1. Wow, this came out really beautiful. Love the pink with the silver embossing. Love the piece of burlap the card is stitched onto. Just gorgeous in every way.

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  2. Giovana I think this is my first look at Color Burst! You've beautifully captured that gorgeous linen pillow with your fabric layer, and the silver embossing is so pretty - what a great design! Thanks for sharing it with The Challenge this week!
    =] Michele

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  3. Fabulous! Love the Color Burst background. Thanks for joining us at The Challenge!

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  4. THIS IS SOOOOOOO COOL! I'm totally in awe of your flawless embossing and your AMAZING design! The fabulous fabric background is stunning! Thanks for sharing with us at 'the challenge' :)

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