Boy, I'm really on a roll today! I think this might be my 5th post of the day! Guess if I didn't wait to take photos of all my cards at the same time, I might be posting on different days! LOL!
The challenge at CAS-ual Fridays this week is to: Create a Clean And Simple project that has something torn on it. Tear that card stock, designer paper or even felt. Get creative and tear it up :)
So, that's exactly what I did! I've made another couple of Christmas cards to add to my stash...Here's my take on the challenge:
This first card is super simple...I made a red card base and embossed the sentiment in white detail embossing powder. I cut a smaller piece of white card stock and tore off one end then scored double lines around the un-torn edges. Added a red velvet ribbon across the top of the white, then adhered the white torn panel with pop dots.
I really love how this card turned out. I've had this mistletoe stamp for a couple of years, and I don't believe I've ever inked it up! It's a Flourishes stamp...and I do love all their stamps! The sentiment is also from the same Flourishes set. I made a white card base, cut two rectangles slightly narrower than the card, then tore one edge off each rectangle. I stamped the mistletoe in black memento ink, then colored it with Copics. I adhered the top of the "ribbon" on the mistletoe to the top edge of the red torn piece, then added a ribbon bow on top. The mistletoe is pop-dotted off the card. The sentiment was stamped in Versamark, then I embossed it with a red tinsel embossing powder that I've had for several years but don't remember ever using before...it really has a sparkly look to it once I heat embossed it.
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