Saturday, October 24, 2009
Vintage Ornament Case
One of the benfits of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator is access to the demo only website where we get the first peak at new ideas and training videos. This card was featured as one of our gifts. The reason I was so excited about it, is that my mom just bought the Decor Elements stencils called, Vintage Ornaments (which are featured on this card). I love learning new ways to show the versality of SU's products. She was going to use them to decorate packages. Then, Stampin' Up! used Angela McKay's (www.northshorestamper.com)swap as an example of how to use the stencils to make a card. We are going to make this at November's stamp club. It uses the masking technique.Directions can be found on Angela's blog at:
I changed mine around a bit because I didn't have some of the same stamps. My recipe for this card is:
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Kraft
Ink: Soft Suede, Rich Rzzleberry, Bermuda Bay, Platinum Shimmer Paint
Stamps: the "Merry Christmas: is from the Loads of Love, the snowflake is from Sweet Season, and holly berry and stem is from the Give Thanks stamp in the Holiday Best set
Accessories: Vintage Ornament Stencil,Rhinestone Brad, sponge, sponge sauber
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