Saturday, 23 November 2013

Acrylic Block Stamping

It's time for a technique themed challenge over at 5 {Christmas} Card Throwdown and this week we are using our acrylic blocks to make backgrounds. All details are are on the blog but basically you just ink up your block, spritz it with water and press down onto card stock. Leave to dry and then stamp your Christmas images - take a look at mine


I had a devil of a time photographing this and there is a lot of glitter around my windows to make it look snowy - here's a close up


Materials - Stampin' Up
Stamps: Special Season, Joyful Christmas
Ink: Midnight Muse, Real Red, Versamark
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Real Red
Accessories: Modern Label Punch, Gold EP
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6 comments:

  1. This is just beautiful, Jacqueline
    Rosie x

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  2. Beautifull.
    So easy to make.
    I will make it allso

    Greetings Joke sk

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  3. Love the idea of using the blocks to create a window scene ( might want to case this idea ;) one day). The golden tree looks very elegant, and the card was very 'snowy' IRL. Thanks for doing such aa awesome job with my technique challenge.

    Louise xx

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  4. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the window look, Jacqueline! I adore the gold tree, too! This is beautiful! HUGS and hope you have a great rest of the week! :) Mynn xx

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  5. Oh my gosh Jacqueline what a gorgeous card! I feel as if I'm looking out a window at night during a snow storm. You achieved a terrific effect with this technique.

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  6. Oh this is fabulous! I love the rich, deep colours you've used and the gold embossed tree is so elegant. Love it!

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