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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Trying something New!!~Holiday Snow~













Happy Tues. All!

Hi~ya All!

Hope all is well, on this cool Tuesday. The weather is certainly changing fast, of course it is fall. I seem to be getting into the mood for the upcoming holidays, finished a little card that I started last week. It was done by inking my CB folder, with some SU ink, then I glittered some of the snowflakes, and placed it on a piece of mirror-image card stock. Used my drippy-goo punch, SU stamps, ribbon, and punches, two Christmas stamps and some jeweled stick-ons from my stash. Also used JOTS for the snowflake. Whaa-Laa, a simple little card. I like the effects of inking my CB folder, will have to try this again soon. Have you tried it yet? Check it out for a different look.

Card Recipe:

Snowflake folder, Cuttlebug
SU Ink pads-Soft Sky, Blue Bayou
SU Whisper White cardstock
SU Ribbon- Soft Sky
SU-Celebrate the season,stamp, and round and scalloped punches
SU-Dazzling Diamonds Glitter
Mirror board-Light Aqua
MS- Drippy Goo punch
Soft Brayer for inking the folder
Inkadinkadoo stamp-Let it Snow, Seasons greetings, Snowflakes
Heros Art- Inside sentiment
JOTs cartridge-Snowflake
Embellishments-my stash

Use brayer to ink your embossing folder well, then emboss in the CB, and let dry. You are inking the debossing-side, so the snowflake will be white. Wipe your embossing folder with a baby wipe to remove the ink. Do not use staz-on or any permanent type ink. Use one that will wash off with soap and water. Enjoy!

Well that's it for today folks, enjoy the rest of your week!

"Um Buggin"

12 Comments:

~JulieH~ said...

Oh Lillie this is my favourite of your christmas cards yet! So snowy I love the embossing with ink and the drippy goo and the blue mirror board. Fabulous Cardxxx

Juliexx

Lifeweaver said...

Love the card. Thanks recipe

DonnaMundinger said...

This is gorgeous Lillie! The colors are just yummy. Thanks for the personal tips this am on the phone, but I still can't find my brayer. LOL Hugs, Donna

Lana said...

I love how you punched on the drippy goo border Lillie!!
This is so gorgeous.
I keep saying I am going to have a go at designing drippy goo on my pazzle!
Hugs
Lana x

craftaddict said...

This is beautiful, you are an inspiration. Must put 'brayer' on my shopping list.

all4sydney said...

This is beautiful!!! TFS!!

Crayola58 said...

Lillie, I love this card. I envy you that MS Drippy Goo punch. Can't find one anywhere. Drat!!!

michelle said...

Oh Lillie this has to be one of my favourites !! i love the whole design of this card its simply wonderful !!
hugs
michelle

Heather Bares said...

wow, this is GORGEOUS!!!!

eunice said...

Lillie, this is really beautiful! I am amazed at how your SU ink stays put on the embossing folder and the snowflakes stayed so crisp and white.

Regina said...

This is my 1st visit to your blog, have found you from Alisons blog. Congratulations, you have a wonderful, inspiring blog. You do amazing work! I have really enjoyed seeing all the great cards here.
I look forward to checking it out in the future! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

ChrissyM said...

I love it!! Love your blog. What a fantastic card idea!!!

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