This has to be my new favorite way of making cards. I learned this technique from the amazing Stampin Up Demonstrator Angie Kennedy Juda. I know I'm a little late to the party, but I just discovery their products and sort of went a nuts buying them this season. But really I blame her demos. I've been a huge collector of stamps, punches, and dies for awhile now. And I have been a working artist for a long time so I know how to use them, but until I started watching her YouTube channel I really didn't have the drive to use them all that much. I think it's how easy she makes each project that finally got me to break them out and get to work. And her demo for this card is just as easy, and the result is just so fun and impressive that it is now my new go to design.
Supplies Used: BasicGrey Aspen Frost Paper Pad for Scrapbooking, 6 by 6-Inch -- Simon Says Clear Stamps GNOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS -- Bazzill Basics 12 by 12-Inch 25-Sheet Cardstock, Red Assortment -- Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue 1/2-Ounce, Diamond -- Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue 1/2-Ounce, Christmas Red -- Ranger Signature Series Distress Stickles Glitter Glue 1/2-Ounce, Vintage Photo -- Scor-Tape 1/8" X 27yds- -- Martha Stewart Crafts Scoring Board and Envelope Tool -- Copic Marker Copic Sketch Markers, Cadmium Red -- Copic Markers G17-Sketch, Forest Green -- Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Pattern Adhesive, Permanent, .33 x 472 Inches, Pink Applicator, Refillable (62162) -- Tonic Studios Tim Holtz 817 Kushgrip Non Stick Micro Serrated Snips -- Fiskars 152490-1002 Portable Paper Trimmer, 12-Inch --
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