samedi 25 juin 2022

May Your Season Sparkle

Hi everyone!
Today starts the new challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown.
We're closing out the month with a simple, but very effective technique....

Dry Embossing

It was so quick and easy to do that I made two cards right away!
The sentiment on this card is heat embossed with silver and backed with silver cardstock.

For this card, I simply switched the embossed parts. 
I stamped the sentiment with silver ink and glued tiny silver stars on the white area. That was quick, wasn't it!

See you next Saturday with a new challenge! 
Have Fun!!

Linked up with:
Tag Along with Isa - Silver and White
Can You Handle The Pressure - Anything Goes Embossing
Scribbles Designs - Make it Monochrome
The 12 Month of Christmas - Anything Goes Christmas

Stamps: Stampin'Up
Inks: Silver (IZINK);
Embossing: Stampin'Up
Silver cardstock, silver embossing powder, silver stars,

8 commentaires:

  1. c'est si élégant Rosi, magnifique, biz

  2. Liebe Daen'Ys, die Karte ist wunderschön geworden, gefällt mir sehr gut *Daumen hoch*

    Liebe Grüße sendet Dir BAstelfeti

  3. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Thanks so much for playing in our challenge at Can You Handle The Pressure … we appreciate your support and hope to see you again next challenge!

  4. Wow, die Karten wirken super edel. Bises

  5. Lovely cards, a great way to use the panels for 2 cards. Thanks for sharing with us at Can You Handle the Pressure!

  6. Both these cards are so sophisticated. The simplicity of the colours really makes the embossing stand out.

    Thank you very much for entering your lovely card into our challenge. Good luck with the prize draw.

    Stay healthy, happy, keep crafting and Creating Joy :)

    Mandy ♥
    DT for The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up
    Made By Mandy – My personal Blog

  7. Stunning cards Rosmarie. I like that you could get two cards from the embossing. The contrasting embossing is very effective. Thank you for entering the Monochrome Challenge at Scribbles Designs.


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