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Sunday, December 21, 2008

To keep with the snow and Christmas theme, I decided to share a card I made with a stamp from Spiral Whisper . The stamp is called Milly on Yule Log. I had so much fun using liquid applique to creat the snow on this card. I used the gamsol method of coloring with my Prisma Color pencils. It is had to see from the picture, but the image is embossed and layered with dimensionals. The card is sewn with dark green thread.

Card recipe:

stamps: Milly on Yule Log

paper: Bazill, Silver Glitter Paper from K&Co., and Bo Bunny Holiday Cheer Frost

accessories: Nestabilities, Stampin Up Silver Hodgepodge Hardware, Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch, amd sheer white ribbon.

I hope you enjoyed my first post. I hope to post one more card today. This, too, will be staying with the Christmas theme.


Michelle said...

Hi Chris!! Congrats on your blog, I'm so excited you decided to start one!! I'm subscribing to your feed, plus I'll add you to my blogroll :)

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Thanks Michelle! It is so nice to communicate with such another talented card maker. I love your work!


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