Saturday, December 8, 2012

Loves Rubberstamps Design Day

Well I'm back with another card for my Inspirational post at the Loves Rubberstamp's blog. So here is another Christmas card using Impression Obsession's Marshmallow Mug. I started off using Island Indigo paper for my base which is a 5"x 7" finished card size. I then used Tim Holtz Shabby Chic paper stash for the rest. I used 2 layers and then use a light gold paper for the 3rd layer. I then ran it thru a Cuttlebug embossing  folder called 'Swiss Dots'. I then cut out a frame using Spelbinders 'Asian Motifs' and then cut a square piece of gold metallic paper to fit inside the frame. Once again I ran it thru a Cuttlebug embossing folder called 'Script'. I then took a Tim Holtz distress strain called 'Pumice Stone' and used it over top. I then cut out a teacup using Spellbinders 'Nested Teacups' and ran it thru Tim Holtz embossing folder called 'Snowflakes'. I cut the base for the teacup using a Cottage Cutz die called 'Teacup with Saucer /teabag'. I highlighted the teacup using Blue Iris Fluid Chalk. I stamped the Marshmallow Mug using black memento ink and colored using Prismacolor pencils. You find this stamp at the store here; http://www.lovesrubberstamps.net/item_1300/MARSHMALLOW-MUG-Cling-Mounted-Rubber-Stamp-by-Alesa-Baker-from-Impression-Obsession.htm I also used a Marvy Snow Writer pen to add dimension to the marshmallows and pompoms which I also added some blue glitter. I also added white flocking to the snowman and his hat & scarf. I then laid the marshmallow cup on top using pop up dots. I added a sentiment from Justrite called 'Christmas Vintage Labels One' and again you find Justrite in the store here; http://www.lovesrubberstamps.net/category_307/JustRite-Papercraft.htm
I stamped it using black crafter's ink and embossed using gold embossing powder. I then added some ribbon that I found at Michael's.
You can also find Tim Holtz, Spellbinders and Memento inks at Laura's store here; http://www.lovesrubberstamps.net/

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8 comments:

  1. Such an adorable image. Beautiful layers

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  2. This is so pretty Jacqueline! I love the pretty blues and browns and all of that texture!

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  3. Love the texture of the marshmallow. Great card!

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  4. Fabulous design and colors, now I am wanting cocoa for some reason....and snow! lol.

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  5. Beautiful - I love the marshmallow flowing out.

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  6. Loving your dry embossing. The card is really cute.

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  7. Cute! The marshmallows look so real! I am ready to drink that hot chocolate!

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  8. How cute and fun!! Great colors & layers too!

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