Next we have some cards by Teresa:
Details from Teresa: I stamped the image onto acetate, then coloured the reverse with Copic markers. I then melted the edges of the acetate a little with my heat gun (making this card a little challenging to photograph!). I mounted this onto some 7Gypsies patterned paper - I love that the newsprint shows right through the image. The words come from the Christmas Reindeer set.
As a bonus, Teresa has filmed how she made this card! It's great to see how she did the acetate... check out the video here:
Here's another take on it:
This time I stamped the image over a Distress Ink background. The sentiment once again comes from the Christmas Reindeer set.
Marjie Kemper used the Jolly Santa stamp and the Sizzix Snow Flurries texture fade to create this wintery tag. Marjie cut the tag from white cardstock using the Sizzix Tag & Bookplates die. Next she added texture with the Snow Flurries texture fade, running it through the machine twice to cover the entire tag.
She stamped the Jolly Santa and added some of the Snow Flurries around the edges by carefully positioning the stamped image in the Texture Fade, one snowflake at a time.
Here the reverse side ~ she ended up with Snow Flurries just around the Santa image, and not on top of him.
Layers of Distress Inks build up the background.
I used Distress Markers to color Santa and his bag. Some twine and plastic snowflake bits finish it off.Darkroom Door Products: Jolly SantaSizzix Products: Tag & Bookplates Die and Snow Flurries Texture Fade
Sephi has created some great cards here:
1. Stamp the Jolly Santa twice on kraft card using copper ink. Fussy-cut the Santa from the second impression and attach it the first with mounting foam.
2. Affix patterned paper and the Jolly Santa to the card front. Glue on tinsel, a ribbon bow, and a timber star.
3. Adhere the sentiment from the Dear Santa wordstrips.
Wordstrips: Dear Santa
Ink - Brilliance cosmic copper
Paper - Basic Grey
Card - Bazzill
Embellishments - tinsel, ribbon, timber star cut-out
Other - mounting foam