Tuesday, November 7, 2017

More Fun With Stained Glass Greetings!

Hey guys!

I wanted to pop in and share a few more cards I've created recently with the, Stained Glass Greetings set from Simon Says Stamp. It is such a gorgeous stamp and die set and a must have for your holiday card making!

This particular set is out of stock at the moment but if you click, "notify me when back in stock," you'll get an email when they receive more. 

Products used are shared below in the affiliate links.

On this first card, I also used the Holiday Tree Medallion stencil, shading it with Tumbled Glass and Shaded Lilac. Love those colors for a pretty, soft effect!

I also used Distress Inks on my next card. After white embossing the sentiments, I gave the background a wash of color with Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio. A few flicks of water plus flicks of white, watered-down paint gives it a more festive feel. And of course, so do the sequins!

This last one is my fave because I love to color with my Copics! The flowers are from last year's set, appropriately called, Poinsettias.

Such a fun technique cutting the sentiment directly into the image, then popping it up and using inlaid die-cutting. Love the effect!

Have you started creating your Christmas cards yet? I'm about a third of the way through and am already starting to panic! I may have to narrow down the list this year. :(

Have a fab week and thanks for stopping by! ♥


Maureen Morton said...

Ah, Barb! These are simply some of the most beautiful holiday cards I've see this year!!! You got a home run here, sweet gal! That set is on my wish list and I have plenty of time because I'm still working on my TDay cards. Thanks for sharing and for the sweet inspiration.

maria f. said...

What a great set and I love how the font pairs with watercolor. Such a nice contrast.

Dawn Turley said...

Stunning cards Barb. And no wonder the stamp set is sold out... it is fabulous.

Scrapthat said...

GORGEOUS Barb!Thanks so much for sharing!!

Marlon said...

a verynice card creation.. keep up the good work..

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Barb Ghig said...

My apologies for my late visit ~ You've done such a beautiful job showcasing all of these great products, Barb! I love the stained-glass feel of the first card and your watercoloring and splatters on the second card makes it really festive...Wow! I also love how you stamped the sentiment on your last card...it pairs perfectly with your stunning Poinsettia!

Sean Parker said...

Greetings embedded on a stained glass, that's some next level work, much appreciated.
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Millie Summer said...

I may have to narrow down the list this year.
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