- The Classic Christmas Prism Cardstock Collection
- A Penny Black Jolly Follies clear stamp set
- Green self-adhesive rhinestones
- May Arts red grosgrain ribbon
- May Arts tan twill ribbon
- May Arts white rickrack ribbon
- A collection of coordinating dew droplets and buttons
The second prize is a $7 gift certificate to the Paper Garden Projects store.
The third prize is a $5 gift certificate to the Paper Garden Projects store.
So put on your walking shoes and go for a garden tour (or just stay in your jammies - we won't tell). Here is the garden tour guide list:
Debbie (you are here)
So here is my project. I love House Mouse and I love making cards with those cute little mousies. I decided to make a Christmas card and the thought of a window card just popped into my head.
I stamped the image onto a laser transparency sheet with black StazOn ink. I believe StazOn is the only ink that stamps clearly on transparencies. You can use Versafine but you will have to emboss it because it will take FOREVER to dry, if it dries at all. Water-based inks don't give me a clear enough image, so I use StazOn.
Since I was going to use my Copics to color this image, I had to color on the back of the stamped image. If I colored on the front where I stamped the image, the alcohol from the image and the alcohol from the Copics would've just blurred and combined and made a mess of my pens. Besides, if you color on the back of a stamped image, you can color without worrying about covering up any of the fine lines of the image. Nice!
I used my Nestabilities to cut out the green scallop for the front. Then I adhered the front cardstock and then temporarily adhered a piece of cardstock for the back of the front of the card. Using the next size down of the Nesties, I cut a hole in the front of the card. Remove the center hole and use it for another project. Remove the inside cardstock that has been temporarily adhered to the inside front of the card. Adhere the transparency to the card front, centering the image in the window. Now completely adhere the inside front of the card. This makes a transparency "sandwich" and makes the inside of the card clean. Then I adhered my green scallop to the front around the opening window.
I then stamped the sentiment to the front using some rickrack and some pearls. I also used some Copic Spica pens to the sentiment to make it a little sparkly. I think every card needs a little sparkle, don't you? Oh, I almost forgot - I also stamped the little candies and the other sentiment from the stamp set on the right front inside of the card.
I hope you liked my project and I'll leave you with my "Name" and "Treat" for the blog hop prize:
Debbie - Shiny Ornaments
Collect all the participants info and email it to Cathy, the owner of Paper Garden Projects - firstname.lastname@example.org . She'll enter you into the drawings. :)
Supplies: Stamps - House Mouse Christmas clear stamp set Paper - Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Pearls - Lush Green Velvet Ribbon - Sage Green Copic Spica Glitter pens - Red, Green, Black (from the A set) Copic Markers - R14, R29, E21, E33, E47 and Colorless Blender (for fixing mistakes)Thanks for stopping by. I hope your enjoy your Walk through the Paper Gardeners' websites. See you later!