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Welcome to December! I made this for 2 Splitcoast Challenges..the Splitcoaststampers Fan Club December Christmas Challenge & the Featured Stamper (FS669) where the FS is my friend Kia! I chose THIS card as my inspiration. I loved the layout & framing so I kept those, but I used different images/dies & opted to use an embossed & sponged frame instead of stenciling. As for the Christmas Challenge, you’ll need to be Fan Club member but that’s easy…just click the blue link to find out how. Bet you’re wondering what the challenge theme is..I’d love to tell you but you’ll have to go see for yourself.

For my card, I used some deckle rectangle dies to make 2 sizes of frames. On the white one, I sponged the inside & outside edges to give it some contrast & on the larger one, I ran it thru w/ an embossing folder then lightly sponged over the top of the embossing. The ornament branch was colored & die cut w/ its matching die & I used fun foam to pop it & the frame up a bit. A couple of die cut cardinals were added for a little pop of red.

The greeting was stamped & I used my out of the box die cutting technique on it. It works the same way as it does when using an image…just make your cuts right on the black lines where they go inside the die.
Here are the Copics I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps:Ornament Branches,Joy to the World (now retired)
Paper:  Staples 110# white, X-Press It
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Distress inks twisted citron, pine needles, evergreen bough
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Cardinals, Ornament Branches, Rectangle Stitch, Deckle Rectangle dies, Cuttlebug Palm Leaves embossing folder, Copic Sketch Markers

 

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We have a fun Ornament Pinterest Board for the Splitcoast Inspiration Challenge (IC730) this week. I was inspired by THIS cute snowman ornament.

After coloring my snowman, I used my out of the box technique & a stitched square die to cut him out. After I added a piece of green dp, I attached the double stacked die cut J, Y & snowflake down the side. A white scallop frame & a pair of die cut cardinals were added along w/ a red crystal in the center of the snowflake.

Here are the Copics I used:

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps:Snowman w/ Plaid Jacket,  Tis the Season
Paper:  Staples 110# white, X-Press It, dp (Pebbles- Welcome Christmas)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps:  Cardinals, Alphabet Upper Case, Sm. Snowflake, Square Stitch, Rectangle Combo #3 dies, red rhinestone

 

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A big congrats to Krista, the newest Featured Stamper (FS668) on Splitcoast! She has a wonderful gallery & there are many I wanted to chose, but I kept coming back to THIS card. I like the plaid, the trees & the layout, so I kept those, but I used different stamps, different dies & different papers.

After die cutting the base layers, I used an older Christmas pad of papers for the trio of trees & die cut them. There are actually 3 sizes of these trees, but I only used the largest & 2 of the middle size. To make the gold glitter backing layers, I die cut 2 for each tree & cut one down the middle, spread it to either side of the top tree, then used the second one for the lower section. I attached these trees to die cut pieces of card board for lift & strength. The gold glitter paper is from a roll of wrapping paper. For the snowflakes, I glued more of the wrapping paper to card stock before die cutting them. The greeting was white embossed on the faintly patterned red paper. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Christmas Greetings
Paper:  Staples 110# white, gold glitter wrapping paper, dp (DCWV Christmas matstack)
Ink: Colorbox frost white pigment
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch,Cardinals, Borders 1,Evergreen Trees,Sm. Snowflake dies, white embossing powder

 

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