Maraiah Crystal, 11/29/2014
Thank you for joining me today introducing the third card in my 2014 Christmas Series. Here I am featuring Lawn Fawn’s Trim the Tree stamp and die set. You can find them at LawnFawn.com. I just love their stamps, I think that they are just so cute and so original-just like many other stamps-but I love the cuteness of bringing in little critters into so many projects.
Let me just say that this card is really simple to make but at the same time has a little more detail involved, not so much water coloring or coloring with markers but it has a different technique to embossing. At least the embossing technique is new to me. Well, let me just say, it took me a while to figure out how create this finish, but I did it and I am here to share it with you.
My inspiration for this card came from Lawn Fawn’s intro video to their Trim the Tree stamp and die set. I just love the technique that was used to put this card together.
The tools that I used in the making of this card are:
Trim the Tree stamp and die set, www.LawnFawn.com
Fine Gold Embossing Powder, by Ranger-I got mines from www.Joann.com
Neenah White Cardstock 65lb, from www.OfficeDepot.com
Brown Cardstock-I’m sorry I don’t know the maker, but I did get it from www.Target.com
Journey Twine- www.FunStampersJourney.com/MaraiahCrystal
Bic MarkIt! Permanent Fine Point Markers- www.OfficeDepot.com
EK Success Tweezer Tool- www.Target.com
Watercolor paint brush-FloraDec in Hawaii
Holiday Pattern Paper by American Crafts- www.Target.com
Multi Medium Matte by Ranger- www.Joann.com
TrueFusion Black Licorice by FunStampersJourney, www.FunStampersJourney.com/MaraiahCrystal
Journey Glaze by FSJ, www.FunStampersJourney.com/MaraiahCrystal
Heat Tool by Uchida, www.Amazon.com
Scotch permanent double sided tape, www.Target.com