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This spread, and today's story, is all about my handmade Christmas cards this year. :) I love making cards!
The card on the right is a prototype I made before making my Christmas cards. I used a grid card for the base. The background stamp is stamped with Poppy ink. I embossed the "merry everything" stamp with Versamark ink and white embossing powder. Then I rubbed some Poppy ink on top (I have since purchased some Well Red ink and it would work better if you don't want the pink hue to pop out). I learned this technique from Lisa Spangler in her cardmaking class bundle (she's amazing!!)
On the back of the card, I applied some acrylic pieces (December from Jasmine Jones's December Daily mini kit, and the numbers from the Wink Wink scrapbook kit from Studio Calico).
On the right hand side, I included three photos of my cards, which were embellished with digital stamps. In the first pocket, there is a picture of a card I made with this adorable stamp set.
In the bottom pocket you can see how I used the Christmas Icons stamp for a few more cards. I have to say this is my favorite stamp this year! I also used the Alyra stamp set - one of my favorite alphas! I used the Lollipop Guild Believe Digital Brushes and the Lollipop Guild Polar Bear Digital Brushes to embellish this photo.
This was a fun spread to make!
Catch up on my previous 2015 December Daily posts:
Dec. 2 and 3
Dec. 9 and 10
Dec. 12 and 13