~Thick Whisper White card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. SCORE and fold at 4-1/4″.
~Whisper White card front at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″
~4 stars from 1 pattern of DSP (Red)
~4 stars from a different pattern of DSP (Green)
~4 stars from Gold Foil. Put a folded sheet of printer paper between the Foil side and your Big Shot Cutting Pad/Plate to keep it smooth and shiny. If you want a distressed look, don’t use the printer paper. 2. Card Front.
~Take your embossing folder and find the side where the embossing lines are raised up.
~Rub your Crumb Cake ink pad over that side until it is evenly covered with ink.
~Line up your Card Front on the uninked side. Close. Run through your Big Shot.
**Big Shot Sandwich for Dynamic Embossing Folders:
Big Shot Platform with Thin Die Adapter REMOVED. (OR Multipurpose Platform with Tab 2 open)
Dynamic Embossing Folder with cardstock inside
Top Cutting Pad/Plate. (Yes, only use a Cutting pad on the top. Skip the bottom one as your Sandwich will be too thick to go through your Big Shot.
~Attach to Card Base with Tombow Glue 3. Sentiment ~Stamp your sentiment in Shaded Spruce ink on Whisper White cardstock
~Cut out with the label die with some room at the left for your Holly.
~Color your Holly Leaves with the Shaded Spruce Marker and your Holly Berries with your Real Red Marker. Stamp.
~Color around the edges of your Label with your Real Red Marker.
~Attach about 1/4″ from the bottom edge with Stampin’ Dimensionals. 4.Star Wreath
~Picture an analog clock face with the numbers 1-12 in a circle. You will be placing one of the 12 stars you cut out in the space of each number.
~Lay the Green Stars at 12, 3, 6, and 9.
~Lay the Red Stars at 1, 4, 7, and 10.
~Lay the Gold Stars at 2, 5, 8, and 11.
~I attached the 4 Green Stars first with two Glue Dots on the back. I only pressed down the right Glue Dot so I could overlap the stars.
~Then add two Glue Dots to one Star at a time and attach them so they slightly overlap the previous Star (And the Green Stars). Continue until all Stars are attached.
Your Card is finished.
I needed some new challenges for myself. I used the Lilypad Lake Bundle for the first Love Your Stamps Challenge. I did not use any of the word/sentiment stamps. Which stamp set are YOU using for this challenge? Share your project on my Facebook Challenge Thread for this Challenge or leave a picture of your project in the comments section.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Whisper White card base at 5-1/2″ x 8=1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Stamp:
~Water in Pacific Point ink
~Boats and Flamingo in Memento Black ink
~Sun in Crushed Curry ink. There was a Crushed Curry ink spot in the center of my Sun.
~Lily Pad on a small piece of Whisper White in Memento Black ink. 3. Color with Stampin’ Blends:
~Sun with Pineapple Punch Dark. I colored a little too long trying to get my center ink spot blended in so my cardstock started to peel. I guess it adds some texture.
~Boats in Bronze
~Right Sailboat Sails: Cherry Cobbler-one sail Light, one sail Dark
~Center Sailboat Sails: Light Cherry Cobbler, Light Night of Navy
~Left Sailboat Saily: Dark Bermuda Bay
~Flamingo: Use the Calypso Coral Light for your Dark Marker. Color the left side of the neck, the Wing Line at the top of the body, Feather Tips, and top of legs with the Calypso Coral Light Marker.
~Flamingo: Finish coloring in with the Pumpkin Pie Light.
~Lilypad Flowers: Lovely Lipstick Light
~Lillypads: Color all the Lilypads with Call Me Clover Light. Make shadows by using the Call Me Clover Dark to color under the Flower edges and under the top two Lilypads as shown. Cut out with the coordinating Framelit. Attach to your card front with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
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