Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Joyful Holly goes from quick and easy to ROSEYSCRAPPER Style! Notecard Christmas cards

 I honestly could not say now (that I've edited the photos and looked carefully at all the cards) which is my favorite. I love them all. I love simple stamping, I love coloring, I love distressing, I love splattering! LOL! You get the idea. This video has something for everyone! 

Here are the close ups!

At the end of the Facebook Live, I asked everyone which was thier favorite and my dear friend Amy said the second one (below) but ADD MORE INK. LOL! So I added more ink to the first one since I could without creating a new card. This first example is just inks and stamps. For Amy's version I added splattering with a marker and sponging with black ink. I must admit, Amy, you were right! The more ink version looks better to me as well!

Product List for Simple card (plus acrylic blocks) 

I used an easy Stampin' Blends technique on this simple and stepped up version. Punches are a great way to go when adding a greeting. Their quick and easy and you don't have to worry about getting your stamping straight. I highly recommend these 2 punches as a pair.

Additional supplies needed for stepped up version:

My original sample which I didn't do on the video has dies for the greeting not punches. I like them both, but punches are faster.

No matter how you choose to do your greeting this is a lovely card, don't you think? Such lovely images in this stamp set - Joyful Holly.

My original 3rd card had a different ribbon combo. I like both. I love the country look of this card and could easily be changes by using different designer series paper and ribbon.

I used sponge daubers to add 2 colors to the image I inked up with Bermuda Bay.
The splatters and ink around the edge really kick this card up a notch which I call RoseyScrapper Style. I hope you like it and that you'll leave me a comment if you do. 
Supplies for RoseyScrapper Style:

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