I hope you had a great
I used the Peace This
Christmas Stamp Set for the first time yesterday and made three cards one after
I started by getting together some Whisper White Cardstock (CS),
three inks: Cherry Cobbler, Soft Suede and Garden Green, and a pair of Paper
I stamped eight pinecones in Soft Suede Ink, six pine branches in Garden Green Ink and some
berries in Cherry Cobbler Ink.
Then I had a very relaxing time fussy cutting all my stamped images!
I have no idea why I
decided to stamp and fussy cut the images instead of stamping them straight
onto the CS, except to say it seemed to be a good idea at the time! LOL!
imagine subconsciously, it was because there is no right or wrong way for the
images to be used, therefore as fussy cuts, I could play with the positioning!
I did start
stamping directly onto the top layer when I reached card number 3, so watch out for this as the week goes on!
To create today’s card I
started with a base of Whisper White CS, with a layer of Soft Suede CS and a top
layer of Whisper White CS.
I attached the first layer to the card base using
My first job was to wipe over the CS
with my Embossing Buddy.
Then I positioned my Stamp-a-ma-jig tool where I needed to
stamp the sentiment.
I inked my stamp in Versamark, then in Soft Suede Ink and stamped my sentiment
To avoid allowing the ink anytime to dry, I very quickly dunked it
into my box of Clear Embossing Powder and then heat set it.
adhered this layer to the card base, again using Tombow.
I decided not to add any
final steps, like Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen, Dazzling Diamonds or
To me, this card looks clean, simple and complete!
If you would have
added a final step, what would it have been?
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