I have tried to make three to five Christmas cards a month, so that I wouldn't have to make them all in December. So I have been busy stamping the insides, just as time consuming as making the card. I have tried to stamp the inside sentiment and then cut the inside panels to match what is on the outside. Look at what a mess my die cut area is. Also, these are my cards and their insides on my main craft area. I have 40 cards made, stamped on inside, and my "made by stamp" on the back. So, now all I have to do is address them. And when I make them all different, just maybe five a like, it is difficult to choose which ones to send to who!!! LOL Also, below, I did make a card yesterday!
This card was made using the Thumping Technique. Here is a Splitcoast Stamper Tutorial. I made this for my You Can Do It Challenge to use this technique.
It is such an easy way to achieve added highlights and depth. You just ink up your stamp with one color, this time I used SU! Certainly Celery. You then thump a marker of another color different places on the stamp. I used Midnight Muse and Old Olive. Then you huff on your stamp and stamp it! :)
This is a card I made for my GF that made me the gorgeous scarf that I showed you last week.
Other credits for the card. Cardstock: SU! Midnight Muse, Whisper White, Certainly Celery
Spellbinders Labels 10 Die & SU! Petite Punch
SU! Fancy Fan Embossing Folder
Stamps: sentiment- Pretty Petites
image- Watercolor Trio
Saphire Rhinestone Stickers