Merry Christmas

Hey friends, today I am sharing a card I made for Tim’s Christmas Stampers Anonymous live using the beautiful and super fun shifter multi stripes stencils. Stripes stencils are just so versatile. They don’t have to be just Christmas , change up the colors to rainbow to make a fun birthday card, thank you card, just so many possibilites. The 3d folder I used is unfortuantley retired but I have added some amazing 3d folders that I think would be awesome with this technique.

For this technique I used distress cracked leather cardstock. I did find that the stencil did tend to shift so using an up and down motion I blended the ink on using the distress blender brushes. Darkening the areas around where the sentiment was going to be.

After adding on the different shades of red ink. I placed the card onto the 3d folder. I did end up using adhesive to hold it in place. I didn’t need much. Inked up the debossed portion with Altenew Osidian black ink and put it through my Gemini.

Love the image popping off the cardstock and the stripes are so awesome.

I added some garland glitter from the new Tim Holtz holiday sparkle set and as always had to add some splatters. I used flickering candle and picket fence spray.

To finish off the card I used a sentiment from the Tiny Text Christmas set , popped up on fun foam and layered onto a A2 size cardbase.

You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below: click on the picture and it will take you directly to the product. If purchased through the link provided I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate all your amazing support. Looking forward to sharing many more projects and techniques including my favorite mixed media.

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