I wanted to make a card for this month's Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge. I love this challenge it always pushes me in to making something I would never normally make. This month you have to use a non Christmas stamp to make a Christmas themed image.
I had to really go through my stamps and have a good think about this one. I finally came across this flower stamp. I thought it would make a good tree. I started off with some watercolour paper. Then I cut out a triangle stencil and stamped over the triangle with the flowers using Versamark ink. I then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. Next I got out my distress inks and went to work.
I LOVE purple and I don't use it nearly enough so I went with that and and turquoise. I mashed about 4 different distress inks together to create these colours. Once the ink was dry I sprayed it with water and let the water marks dry in naturally to create that snowy effect behind the tree. I then mounted it on to some silver glitter card a white card base. I added some gems in the middle of each flower to create tree lights. Finally I used the same inks on to the sentiment and stamped it underneath.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you like my card :)
Stamps - Unity Stamp Company Flowers - Hey Girl KOM & Sentiment - Silent Night
Inks - Distress Inks - Concord Grape, Raspberry Preserves, Peacock Feathers & Broken China.
VersaMark Ink, Silver Glitter DCWV Paper, White Embossing Powder & Gemstones.
Love how you used the wonderful tree colors for your sentiment!ReplyDelete
Your tree almost looks 3D, great use of flowers to make a tree!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at Craft Stamper magazines make it take it challenge
Love your flower Christmas tree ..... thanks for joining in with the Craft Stamper TIMI challenge. Good luck! Linda xxReplyDelete
Lovely card! Thanks for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge.ReplyDelete
So so pretty Mandi! Thank you so much for joining us for the Take it Make it Challenge over at Craft Stamper, good luck. xoxoxReplyDelete
Love your flowery tree, thanks for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge. Elizabeth xReplyDelete