Hi!! I am super excited to announce that I have been asked to be on the I Brake For Stamps Design Team!! They have amazing stamps and a great Design Team!! I am so excited to work with Della and the ladies there! I have the Design Team blog list to the right on my sidebar if you would like to check out the rest of the team. You can visit the IBFS blog HERE to see all the amazing projects the team has created to inspire you! Do some shopping.... Use my coupon code SAVE10REGAN at checkout and receive 10% off your order!
I am happy to share with you my very first project for I Brake For Stamps today!
I created this Vintage Santa Christmas card using the Santa Collage Stamp set by IBFS. I just love this set! This Santa image is just beautiful and it comes with 3 sentiments!
I used kraft card stock for the base of my card and music note designer paper by My Minds Eye. I added some corrugated cardboard to add some fun texture.
For the image, I stamped the image and then tore the paper around it. I then inked it with Tea Dye and Walnut Stain distress inks and popped it up on dimensionals. As for the embellishment, I crocheted the flower at the bottom and added a vintage button to the center.
You can't leave out the inside... right? I used Very Vanilla card stock, inked it with Tea Dye and Walnut Stain and then stamped my sentiments which are from the same set!!
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Now for the small Print!
Stamps: Santa Collage Quarter sheet by I Brake For Stamps
Ink: Tea Dye and Walnut Stain Distress inks by Ranger and Blue Bayou by Stampin' Up!
Card Stock: kraft and Very Vanilla by Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper: Music Sheet Paper from Signature Christmas by My Minds Eye
Other: Crochet needle and thread, vintage button and corrugated card board (separated)
Tools: Distresser by Stampin' Up!
NOTE: This is my second post today! If you are looking for Papercraft Star Challenge 23, please see the post below.