IG DT Project Created by Joylita D'Souza

For today’s card I used the Happy Hibiscus and Stuck on You Stamp Sets by Maymay Made it that are non-traditional Christmas stamps, but I decided to add a Christmas twist to these by making a wreath out of them and also using Christmas colours. For the sentiment, I used the Winter Wonderland Stamp Set.

First, I cut the Distress watercolor cardstock to four and three-fourth inches square using my Tim Holtz Trimmer. Then, I used the wreath maker and stamped the images from the Happy Hibiscus and Stuck on You Stamp Sets using VersaFine Onyx Black Ink. I then coloured them using Zig Markers and added texture on them using my Faber Castell Polychromos.

Next, I stamped the sentiment using my Tim Holtz Stamp Platform as I wanted to stamp without any error. First, I prepared the cardstock by rubbing the Embossing pad on it to remove any static. Then, I stamped the sentiment from the Winter Wonderland Stamp Set using VersaMark Ink, sprinkled Nuvo Gold embossing powder, dusted off the excess and heat set it. After that, I splattered Yellow Gold from Kuretake Gansai Tambi Starry colours over the entire card.
Finally, I stuck this card stock on a black 5 inches square card base.  -Joylita


Stuck on You Stamp Set by Maymay Made It

Happy Hibiscus Stamp Set by Maymay Made It
Winter Wonderland Stamp Set by Maymay Made It
Embossing Magic Pad
Distress Watercolor Cardstock
Nuvo Gold Embossing powder
Cutter Bee scissors by EK Success
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink
Blending Sponge by Nuvo
Art Glitter Glue
Tim Holtz Stamp Platform by Tonic Studios
Tim Holtz 8.5” Trimmer by Tonic Studios
Zig clean color real brush markers
Yellow Gold from Kuretake Gansai Tambi Starry colours
Faber Castell Polychromos
Sixxiz Big Shot
White Cardstock
Black card base

Art glitter clueChristmas in julyCutter bee scissorsDistress watercolor cardstockHappy hibiscus stamp setIg dt projectsNuvo blending spongesNuvo embossing powderStuck on you stamp setVersafineVersamark ink padWinter wonderland

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