Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Rejoicing with Stampin' Up! Images

"Rejoicing With You" is the name of a lovely Christmas Stamp set from Stampin' Up! You'll find it on page 21 of the Annual Catalogue.

At a recent Christmas Card Stamp A Stack I used this set in 2 different ways to demonstrate the versatility of the stamps.

Heat embossing the main image with Gold Embossing Powder creates a lovely motif that is easily cut out with Paper Snips.



The card shape is cut using the largest Window Frames Framelit that is then layered with a Tea Lace Paper Doily, a Brushed Gold snowflake, a layer of card that has been embossed, sponged and heat embossed with gold, another smaller Window Frame framelit frame and finally, the Angel image that was raised on dimensionals.

 


The Greeting Tag is created with the Music Notes Wheel and a greeting from the Christmas Lodge stamp set, by Stampin Up.
These would look in any colour combinations using either the gold or silver embossing powder, and although they look quite complicated, if you have all the products the cards can be made easily.

The next is a more traditional card shape in the landscape format. 



 Stampin Up products used are:
Stamps: Rejoicing With You; Christmas Lodge; En Francais.
Card stock: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler.
Inks: Cherry Cobbler; Chocolate Chip.
Accessories: Seam Binding -Cherry Cobbler; Flower Trim; Crochet Trim.

I really like the uneven stamped image on this stamp. It helps to give the card a more Vintage look.


I cut just one of the flowers from the Flower Trim strip - it makes such a lovely quick embellishment!

I hope you like the cards and they provide some inspiration for your own card making. 
If you would like to order any of the products used you can now access MY ON-LINE STORE via my Demonstrator Business Website. The products will be sent straight to you - usually within a week of you ordering.

Until Next Time

Stay Crafty





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