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This SANTA STACHE set has been fun to play with. You get a Toy Soldier and the Santa in the set. They both have these big mustaches...so it works great to coordinate with the MUSTACHE FRAMELIT.
This was one of our projects in the last Stamp Class. All are welcome to class!
We used a piece of designer paper from the Trim A Tree Stack of paper.
We used the BLENDABILITIES MARKERS to color in Santa's face and the red hat. The SKIN TONE markers are just the right thing for his face. You get six in the pack so you can make whatever shade of skin you want!
The DAZZLING DIAMONDS on the Santa Hat is just the right touch.
Here is another project we made at stamp class this month. It used Garden Green as the base of the card and then another layer of it. I did use a lot of dimensionals when I made this project. But a little tip for you...I typically cut through the sheet of dimensionals and make them half size. Typically I don't need a complete dimensional for my project...as a half will do!
Special thanks to my friend Jamie for the inspiration on this card.
Did you catch the yellow coloring on the tree? I made a template from the size smaller oval and then we used a sponge to dab on the color on top of the tree.
This set has been around for a very long time. It really is timeless!
Does this card have a vintage feel or what? Thanks to Ruth Anne for sharing her talents with me. Gotta love getting cards in the mail!
The tulip embossing embossing frame has a tone on it. That is made with a sponge and your ink pad. I am guessing that she either used Crumb Cake or Soft Suede ink on the sponge. The tag on the front of the card is cut out with a framelit. The ribbon at the top of it really makes it extra beautiful.