Big Shot Projects

Happy Easter Cards for Grandkids

Daisy punch rabbit

This is the card I made for our 3-year-old granddaughter, Madysen.

Madysen has wild bunnies or "hop, hops" as she calls them, visit her yard daily. 

She's always on the lookout for them, and they bring her great joy.

For this card, I punched flowers out of various colors of card stock using the Daisy Punch.

Then, I trimmed the daisy down, leaving just two petals or hop, hop ears.

I used designs from Best Dressed 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper for the background.

I used the In the Woods landscape die and Big Shot to cut the top of the Old Olive polka dot DSP.

The greetings came from Bunny Buddies, a 2017 Paper Pumpkin kit, and were stamped using Blackberry Bliss ink and the Stamparatus.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Bunny Buddies

Ink: Blackberry Bliss

Paper: Petal Pink (card base), Melon Mambo, Gorgeous Grape, Calypso Coral, Bermuda Bay, Purple Posy, Best Dressed 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Daisy Punch, Big Shot, In the Woods Die, Stamparatus

Blueberry Bushel Easter

This is the card I made for our 7-month-old grandson, Ryan.

I used a variety of current and retired products.

The bunny's body and the card base were cut out using the Big Shot and circles and ovals found in Stitched Shapes Dies (current). 

I used my 1 1/8 scallop circle punch (retired) to create the tail.

I cut off the bottom part of the large circle.

 I placed the largest circle just above the scored piece of Blueberry Bushel card stock, making the circle the card base.

After the body parts were stamped, I embossed them using the Big Shot and Subtles Embossing Folder.

For the bunny's eyes, nose and whiskers, I used stamps found in Bunny Buddies, a March 2017 Paper Pumpkin kit.

The detail on the ears, eyebrows, feet, and bow tie were stamped using images found in Playful Pals (retired).  The bow tie was cut out using the Big Shot and coordinating Pyramid Pals Dies (retired).

I usually don't use retired product for my projects, but I saved these cute animal sets because I knew grandchildren would be on the way.

So, I hope you won't mind too much!

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Bunny Buddies, Playful Pals

Ink: Basic Gray, Blueberry Bushel

Paper: Whisper White, Blueberry Bushel

Accessories: Big Shot, Stitched Shapes and Pyramid Pals Dies, 1 1/8" Scallop Circle Punch, Subtles Embossing Folder

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

March Nacho Average Sketch Challenge-Peaceful Poppies and Bird Ballad DSP

Nacho Average Challenge

My Upline, Tammy Fite, posted this sketch challenge for her Nacho Average downline members for March. 

I usually don't go searching for online challenges to participate in, but this one coming from my Upline, I knew I wanted to participate.

It can often help to have a challenge to get the creative juices flowing.

Here are the cards I came up for this challenge.

I wanted to use the scraps of paper I had on my work table.

As it happened, I had pieces of Peaceful Poppies and Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper left over from various projects.

I decided to let the DSP do the heavy lifting for me!

Nacho Challenge

I really like the bright poppy watercolor design found in Peaceful Poppies DSP.  Spring just jumps off the paper!

For this card, I simply cut a piece of the DSP into a square using the Big Shot and one of the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.  I then made a Flirty Flamingo frame to go around it by nesting two of the dies and popping it up with Mini Dimensionals.

I embossed the Old Olive piece using the Big Shot and Subtles Embossing Folder.

The greeting is from Itty Bitty Greetings, stamped in Rich Razzleberry using the Stamparatus.

I added some Rich Razzleberry enamel dots out of my stash to complete.

Nacho ChallengeHere's another take on the sketch I made using scraps of Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper.

This paper just makes me smile!

I used the Stitched Shapes and Stitched Rectangle Dies to cut out the paper for easy layering.

Then, the pieces left over from the card above where used to create this card.

One sketch morphed into three cards!

Easy, peasy!

Bird Ballad

Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper

Peaceful poppies designer series paper

Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper

Bird Ballad DSP

Supplies Used:

Peaceful Poppies Card:

Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Rich Razzleberry

Paper:  Whisper White, Old Olive, Flirty Flamingo, Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Stitched Shapes Dies, Subtles Embossing Folder, Mini Dimensionals, enamel dots, Stamparatus

Bird Ballad Cards

Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Soft Suede

Paper: So Saffron, Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Stitched Shapes and Stitched Rectangle Dies, Subtles Embossing Folder, Mini Dimensionals, Metallic Pearls, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Vellum Poppies

Vellum poppiesI CASED Mary Brown's vellum poppies card using Perennial Essence Vellum card stock paired with Poppy Moments Dies.

I really like the soft colors found in the vellum pack (Old Olive, Petal Pink, and So Saffron).

It just look like Spring!

Then, I changed up the card a little to create this card for a Beta Sigma Phi Founder's Day invitation.

BSP invitation

Yellow and black are the colors for the Beta Sigma Phi organization, so I paired the So Saffron vellum with Daffodil Delight card stock.

I had to make 3 invitations.  There were a lot of pieces to cut, but the cards came together pretty easily.

Perennial Essence Vellum Card Stock

Perennial Essence Vellum card stock

Poppy Moments Dies

Poppy moments dies

 

Supplies Used:

Card #1:

Stamp Set: Sending You Thoughts (Sale-A-Bration)

Ink: Early Espresso

Paper: Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Perennial Essence Vellum card stock

Accessories: Big Shot, Poppy Moments Dies, Subtle Embossing Folder, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Dimensionals, metallic pearls, Stamparatus

Card #2:

Stamp Set: Sincere Salutations (retired)

Ink: Memento Black

Paper: Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Basic Black, Perennial Essence Vellum card stock

Accessories: Big Shot, Poppy Moments Dies, Subtle Embossing Folder, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, rhinestones, Sharpie pen, Stamparatus

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

Mountain Air Sending Prayers

Sending prayers

Unfortunately, I needed to send out a sympathy card to the family of a neighbor who passed away recently.

The images in the Mountain Air stamp set and coordinating Majestic Mountain Dies are perfect for our setting here in the mountains of southern Colorado.

You  can view more of my Mountain Air creations HERE.

To create the mountain scene, I started with the background on watercolor paper using Pacific Point, Balmy Blue, Petal Pink, and Crushed Curry inks swiped on using an aqua painter.

I heat embossed the detail mountain image using white embossing powder on Night of Navy and Seaside Spray card stock for the first two layers of mountains.  For the third layer, I stamped Blueberry Bushel ink on Whisper White card stock.

The treeline and landscape were embossed on Garden Green card stock.

The two trees were cut out of Mossy Meadow and Pear Pizzazz card stock and added to the front to give a little more dimension.

 

Mountain Air Bundle

Mountain air bundle

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Mountain Air, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Pacific Point, Balmy Blue, Petal Pink, Crushed Curry, Blueberry Bushel, Soft Suede,Versamark

Paper:  Whisper White, Night of Navy, Seaside Spray, Garden Green, Mossy Meadow, Pear Pizzazz

Accessories: heat tool, white embossing powder, Big Shot, Majestic Mountain Dies, aqua painter, Dimensionals, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Mountain Air Paper Towel Background

Purple Mountains Majesty Paper Towel Background

Mountain air paper towel background

I used the paper towel I had used to blot the Pigment Sprinkles on the two cards I shared HERE to create these Mountain Air background cards.

I often use the paper towels I use to blot watercolor or to clean off stamps.

There is always a great mix of colors with a cool texture of the paper towel.

It's a great way to recycle and reuse!

I separated the plys of the paper towel.   This way, I can make two cards from one paper towel.

I attached  the plys to a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock using SNAIL as my adhesive.

Once the paper towel is attached to a sturdy base, it is easy to cut it down to the size needed.

For the mountains on the first card, I stamped the detail side of the mountains found in Mountain Air onto a piece of Highland Heather card stock using Black Berry Bliss ink.

I stamped it again on another piece of Highland Heather card stock without reinking.

Then, I cut them out with the coordinating Majestic Mountain Die.

I cut  a thin strip of Highland Heather card stock and attached it to the first layer of mountains so there would be a straight edge at the bottom.

I then attached the two layers of mountains using Mini Dimensionals in between to pop up the first layer.  I added  them to the paper towel card front, again using Mini Dimensionals to pop them up.

I stamped the birds from Mountain Air in Blackberry Bliss ink on the card front using the Stamparatus to get good stamped images.  I also used the Stamparatus to stamp the greeting from Itty Bitty Greetings in Blackberry Bliss ink.

The card front was matted to Blackberry Bliss, then attached to Whisper White card base.

The second card is basically made the same except I changed the colors a little bit.

I stamped the first layer of mountains on Pool Party card stock using Blackberry Bliss ink.

I stamped the second layer of mountains on Whisper White card stock without reinking.

I stamped the third layer of mountains  on Whisper White card stock using Blueberry Bushel ink.  I stamped the image on a scrap piece of paper, then stamped again without reinking.

I used Mini Dimensionals in between the layers to pop them up.

 

Mountain Air Bundle

Mountain air bundle

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Mountain Air, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Blackberry Bliss, Blueberry Bushel

Paper: Whisper White, Blackberry Bliss, Pool Party

Accessories: paper towel, Big Shot, Majestic Air Die, Mini Dimensionals, Stamparatus

 

Happy Stampin'!

Tie-Dye Hexagons

Tie dye hexagons

I often incorporate paper towels or baby wipes that I have used to blot watercolor, Pigment Sprinkles or to clean off stamps in my crafting.

That was the case with this card.

I used the paper towel I used to blot Pigment Sprinkles backgrounds in various other projects

I love the bright colors and tie-dye effect!

For more of my cards using these recycled backgrounds, please visit my Recycle and Reuse page HERE.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Honey Bee, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Memento Black, Blackberry Bliss

Crushed Curry Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Granny Apple Green, Blackberry Bliss, Whisper White

Accessories: paper towel, Big Shot, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Detailed Bee Dies,

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

Pigment Sprinkles Honey Bee Hexagons

Honey Bee Hexagons Anniversary

Honey Bee Hexagons Thank You

I had left over honeycombs and hexagons from my card HERE, so I decided to pair them with Pigment Sprinkles backgrounds.

I simply spritzed watercolor paper with water, then added Pigment Sprinkles.

For the first card, I used Melon Mambo and Granny Apple Green Pigment Sprinkles.

For the second card, I used Granny Apple Green and Bermuda Bay Sprinkles.

I let the Sprinkles run and pool, then dabbed the paper with a paper towel.

Once dry, I added the honey combs using a small amount of Tombow Multi-purpose Glue.  I filled in a few of the honey combs with left over hexagons.

The greetings came from Itty Bitty Greetings.

Oops, I should have used the Stamparatus for the greeting on the second card as it came out a little crooked stamped free hand!

Detailed Bees Dies

Detailed Bees Dies

Pigment Sprinkles

Pigment sprinkles

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Memento Black

Paper: Melon Mambo, Basic Black, watercolor

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Bees Die, Pigment Sprinkles, spritzer bottle with water, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, enamel dots out of my stash, Stamparatus (for the Anniversary card)

 

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

More Sending Flowers Die Cut Cards

Making  cards using the Sending Flowers Die is quick, easy, and fun!

Just add color using a Pigment Sprinkles, watercolor or Designer Series  Paper background.

The possibilities are endless!

Here are a few of my creations:

Pigment SprinklesPigment Sprinkles Background

Be Mine ValentinePeaceful Poppies Be Mine Valentine

Sending Flowers DiePeaceful Poppies Happy Birthday

Champagne BackgroundPerennial Essence Champagne Foil

 

Sending Flowers Die available through March 31 or while supplies last

Sending Flowers Die

Happy Stampin'!

Sending Flowers Die Meets Baby Wipe Background

Sending Flowers Baby Wipe Background

Sending Flwoers Baby Wipe Background 1

I created these 2 cards using the baby wipes left over from a card idea I was experimenting with.

I'm not sure what happened to that particular card as it obviously didn't make the cut, but I kept the baby wipes to use for another project or two.

Recycle and Reuse!

Here's what the baby wipes looked like:

Baby wipes

I simply attached them to scrap card stock using SNAIL Adhesive, then trimmed them down for use in other projects.

For these, I paired the baby wipe backgrounds with the Sending Flowers Die for quick and easy cards.

The tie-dye effect just makes me smile!

The Sending Flowers die is part of the Coordination Product Release from Stampin' Up! and is available through March 31 or while supplies last.

Sending Flowers Die

Sending Flowers Die

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Varied Vases

Ink: Poppy Parade

Paper: Whisper White, Poppy Parade

Accessories: baby wipes, Big Shot, Sending Flowers Die, various enamel dots out of my stash, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

February Fresh Ideas-Triple Easel Cards

Triple Easel Cards are easy to create!

I made these two for our grandchildren for Valentine's Day.

The Triple Easel pattern can be changed for any occasion.

The possibilities are endless!

Triple Easel Cards finalPeaceful Poppies Triple Easel Valentine's Day card for our three year-old granddaughter Madysen.

Triple easel cardsDino Days Triple Easel Valentine's Day card for our six-month old grandson Ryan.

Want to learn more?

My February Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Triple Easel Technique using the Peaceful Poppies and Dinoroar Bundles.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 am (MST) on February 18, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime in February 2020 to receive this tutorial complete with photos and  step-by-step instructions.

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I hope to hear from you!

Anne

Peaceful Poppies Bundle

Peaceful Poppies Suite Bundle

Dinoroar Bundle

Dinoroar bundle

 

Happy Stampin'!

Gears Valentine's Day Card

Gears Valentine

Happy Valentine's Day!

I made this quick and easy card for my husband for Valentine's Day.

I cut the gears out of Copper Foil Paper using my Big Shot and Gears Dies. 

I attached it to a piece of Copper Foil Paper using Tombow Mutli-purpose Glue. Then, I cut out a heart using my Big Shot and Hearts Die.

I used the next larger heart to cut out a heart out of Basic Black card stock, then embossed it using the Corrugated Embossing Folder.

The greeting is from an older Paper Pumpkin kit, Filled with Love.

I heat embossed it on the Copper Foil Paper card front using black embossing powder.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Filled with Love

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Basic Black, Copper Foil Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Gears and Hearts Dies, Corrugated Embossing Folder, Embossing Buddy, heat tool, black embossing powder, Dimensionals, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue

Happy Stampin'!

Golden Bee Colorful Hexagons

Colorful Hexagons

I paired the Golden Honey Designer Series Paper (Sale-A-Bration choice!) with the honeycomb die found in Detailed Bees to make this bright and cheery card.

I cut out hexagons out of Melon Mambo, Granny Apple Green, Highland Heather, and Bermuda Bay card stock.

Then, I simply glued them to the gold and black hexagon-designed paper found in the Golden Honey paper stack using Tombow Multi-purpose Glue.

The greeting is from Honey Bee stamped in Versamark on a piece of Gold Foil paper, then heat embossed with black embossing powder.

Golden Honey Designer Series Paper (Free during Sale-A-Bration with a $50 purchase).

Golden Honey DSP

Detailed Bees Dies

Detailed Bees Dies

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Honey Bee

Ink: Versamark

Paper:  Melon Mambo, Granny Apple Green, Highland Heather, Bermuda Bay, Gold Foil, Golden Honey Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Bees Die, 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, Embossing Buddy, heat tool, black embossing powder, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Honey Bee Bee Hive

Bee hive

Here's another fun card made with the Honey Bee Bundle found in the 2020 Mini Catalog.

This one is paired with the pretty Golden Bee Designer Series Paper which is one of this year's Sale-A-Bration choices.

Remember, for every $50 spent, you'll be able to choose a FREE Sale-A-Bration item!

View Sale-A-Bration HERE

Here's how to make the card:

  1. Stamp large bees from Honey Bee using Memento Black ink on Whisper White card stock. Use the Stamparatus to get good stamped images.  Move the plate up to stamp the 2nd  Cut out using the Big Shot and coordinating Detailed Bee Die.  Color body using Crushed Curry Stampin’ Write Marker.
  2. Stamp smaller bee using Memento Black ink on Whisper White card stock. Use the Stamparatus to get a good stamped image.  Cut out using the Big Shot and coordinating Detailed Bee Die.  Color body using Crushed Curry Stampin’ Write Marker.
  3. Stamp hive on Whisper White card stock using Crushed Curry ink. Use the Stamparatus to get a good stamped image. Cut out using the coordinating Detailed Bee Die.
  4. Stamp greeting on Whisper White card stock using Memento Black ink. Use the Stamparatus to get a good stamped image.  Cut out using the Big Shot and Stitched Rectangle Die. 
  5. Attach Vellum card stock to Sale-A-Bration Golden Honey Designer Series Paper using a Glue Dot on the 4 corners. Attach to Gold Foil mat. Attach to Basic Black card base.
  6. Attach hive to card front. Attach greeting using Mini Dimensionals to pop it up.  Attach bees using Mini Dimensionals to complete.

Honey Bee Bundle

Honey Bee bundle

Golden Honey Designer Series Paper (Sale-A-Bration)!

Golden Honey DSP

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Honey Bee

Ink” Memento Black, Crushed Curry

Crushed Curry Stampin’ Write Marker

Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, Gold Foil,  Vellum card stock, Golden Honey Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Bee and Stitched Rectangle Dies, Mini Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Pigment Sprinkles Honey Bee

Pigment sprinkles

The Honey Bee Bundle found in the 2020 Mini Catalog just makes me smile!

This was a quick and easy card to make using Pigment Sprinkles for the background.

I spritzed a piece of watercolor paper with water, then sprinkled on Mango Melody with a small amount of Daffodil Delight Pigment Sprinkles.  I let the color run and pool, then dabbed the excess off with a paper towel.

I cut two of the honeycomb pieces out of Whisper White card stock using the Big Shot and Detailed Bee Die.

Once the background was dry, I attached the honeycomb pieces using a small amount of Tombow Multi-purpose Glue.

The bee was stamped on a piece of scrap watercolor paper using Memento Black ink and the Stamparatus. 

Then, I used the coordinating die to cut it out. 

I used my Crushed Curry Stampin' Write Marker to color the bee's body, and a sponge to add Crushed Curry ink around the edges.

The greeting was stamped using Black Memento ink and the Stamparatus.

The card front was matted to Basic Black, then attached to a Crushed Curry card base.

The bee was added using a Dimensional to pop it up.

Honey Bee Bundle

Honey Bee bundle

Pigment Sprinkles

Pigment sprinkles

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Honey Bee

Ink: Memento Black, Crushed Curry

Crushed Curry Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Crushed Curry, Basic Black,  watercolor

Accessories: Pigment Sprinkles, spritzer bottle with water, Big Shot, Detailed Bee Dies, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, sponge, Dimensional, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

January Fresh Ideas-Easy Bridge Cards

Create 3D pop up scenic cards using the easy Bridge Card Technique!
 
Bridge card openMountain Air Bridge Card Opened
 
Bridge card closedMountain Air Bridge Card Closed
 
For this card, the bridge is scored so the card can be folded to fit in an A2 envelope for easy mailing.
 
Friendly Silhouettes Bridge Card
Bridge card
Or, you can make this card where the bridge is not scored so the card will not fold flat.
 
Either way, Bridge Cards are easy to create, and the possibilities are endless!

Want to learn more?

My January Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Bridge Card Technique using the Mountain Air and Friend Like You Bundles.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 am (MST) on January 21, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime in January 2020 to receive this tutorial complete with step-by-step instructions.

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Once the sign up process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial via email in pdf format as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you!

Anne

Mountain Air Bundle

Mountain air bundle

Friend Like You Bundle

Friend Like You Bundle

Happy Stampin'!

Friendly Silhouettes Stippled Watercolor Backgrounds

Stipple watercolorStippled Watercolor Paper  Background

 

Stipple paper towel watercolor
Paper Towel Watercolor Background

 

I loved Sherrill Graff's idea of creating hand-made paper by wetting Whisper White card stock, then stippling on ink, creating pretty watercolor patterns.
I created these thank you cards using that technique, but instead of Whisper White, I used watercolor paper.
I spritzed on water until the paper was really wet. With a wet stipple brush, I added Highland Heather and Bermuda Bay inks. Then, I added coarse kosher salt. I let the ink and salt set, then blotted it with a paper towel, and set it aside to dry.
The salt leaves interesting splotches.
 
The 2nd set of cards were made with the paper towel. I always try to use the paper towels I have used to blot Sprinkles or watercolor.
What a great way to recycle and reuse!
I separated the plys, attached it to a card stock base with SNAIL so I could easily cut it down for cards.
 
 
Supplies Used:
Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Greetings
Ink: Highland Heather, Bermuda Bay, Blueberry Bushel
Paper: Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Shimmery White, watercolor
Accessories: spritzer bottle with water, stipple brush, kosher salt, paper towel, Big Shot, Friendly Silhouettes Die, Mini Dimensionals, Stamparatus
Happy Stampin'!

Northern Lights Background

Northern LightsRecently, I shared a card inspired by the optical phenomenon, Light Pillars. 

This happens when light is refracted by ice crystals.

I used this photo taken of light pillars as the inspiration to make my own.

Light pillars

The card above was my first go at it.

While I really like how it turned out, I think it is more of a Northern Lights Background than a Light Pillars Background.

So, I kept at it, coming up and sharing a Light Pillar card HERE.

For the Northern Lights card, I sponged Poppy Parade, Highland Heather, Crushed Curry, Pacific Point, Granny Apple Green, and Pretty Peacock inks onto my Shimmery White card front.  I sponged up from the bottom where the landscape is so my colors would be more even as I got to the top.

The sky was sponged on using Night of Navy, Basic Black, and Whisper White Craft inks.

Supplies Used:

Ink: Poppy Parade, Highland Heather, Crushed Curry, Pacific Point, Granny Apple Green, and Pretty Peacock, Night of Navy, Basic Black, Whisper White Craft

Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Shimmery White, Basic Black

Accessories: sponges, Big Shot, Snow Globe Scenes Die, Mini Dimensionals

 

Happy Stampin'!

Light Pillars Technique

Light pillars

Recently, I learned about Light Pillars, an optical phenomenon that occurs when light is refracted by ice crystals.

I used this photo of light pillars taken in Canada to create my own.

Light pillars canada


I used post-it-notes to mask the light pillars and sponge daubers to add Poppy Parade, Pretty Peacock, Crushed Curry, and metallic copper inks.  

The sky was sponged using Balmy Blue, Pacific Point, Night of Navy, Basic Black, metallic copper, and Whisper White Craft (like a Northern Lights background.)

The card front is Shimmery White matted to Gold Foil.  The trees are from Snow Globe Scenes Dies

Supplies Used:

Paper: Whisper White, Gold Foil, Shimmery White, Basic Black

Ink: Poppy Parade, Pretty Peacock, Crushed Curry, metallic copper, Balmy Blue, Pacific Point, Night of Navy, Whisper White Craft

Accessories: post-it-notes, sponge daubers, sponge, Big Shot, Snow Globe Scenes Dies

Happy Stampin'!

Happy 2020-In the Woods Mercury Acetate Blends Background

Mercury Acetate background

Best Wishes for Peace, Health, and Happiness in the New Year!

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cajun Craze

Stampin' Blends: Dark Daffodil Delight, Dark Cajun Craze, Light and Dark Poppy Parade

Paper: Cajun Craze, Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Silver Glimmer, Mercury Glass Designer Acetate

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Deer and In the Woods Dies, Mini Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!