Thursday, August 5, 2010

Stampin’ Up! Contempo Christmas

Hi Everyone,

As much as I tried the Elegant Lines Embossing Folder is so lovely I just couldn't cover it up. I did a white card base (I know how shocking, huh?) and a white layer embossed with the Elegant Lines.  I wanted to try out my new Contempo Christmas Stamp set and decided I could do one Ornament and make it sparkle!!! Crisp White and Sparkle…can’t beat it!!

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I inked up the image in Versamark and then Certainly Celery. Then stamped on a scrap of white card stock. I then oiured some Heat and Stick Powder on it and heat it with my Heat Tool. Once heated I quickly added the Certainly Celery Fine Cosmos Glitter on top of the ornament and heat set one more time…and Voila!!!

I love Heat and Stick Powder as it allows you to glitter all or part of an image.

I hope you enjoyed my simple share today…..like I always say…cards don’t have to be difficult to be beautiful!!!

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you back soon.

Have a Stampinglee Good Day!

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11 comments:

Rhonda Miller said...

Beautiful. I love the white embossed background and the gold ornament. TFS.

inkedx2 said...

Lee,

This is a really pretty card. It would be great in my Christmas Stamp-a-stack. I may be casing it for that or a workshop.

Robbie

Carey said...

This is so elegant. Would you believe I have never even opened my Heat and Stick? I think it is time to do it. Thanks for the inspiration.

Carey Roggers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Rosie said...

Beautiful card Lee... love your style... I am more a distressing type but I always appreciate your clean crisp look!

Rita said...

I love all the beautiful holiday cards you've been sharing!

Sara S. said...

I've never used my Heat and Stick either ... crazy! I always WANT to use it, and then forget about it when I'm actually stamping. :) Whoops. I'm going to have to try it out after seeing this gorgeous and simple card! I absolutely LOVE the white on white, too -- very classy and elegant! I'll be scraplifting this idea and using it over and over! :)

Lee's putting together another "party-in-a-box" for me. We met when I was living in Florida and now I'm in Idaho. I didn't want to lose my favorite demonstrator when I moved, so Lee just "moved" with me! :) Every three or four months I have a party -- Lee and I coordinate and choose sets that we both have. Then she cuts all the paper and sends me everything so that I can be a "demonstrator for a day!" Works perfectly! :)

Missy said...

Cute! Where did you get your play date sidebar buttons? I love them! Please let me know. ldsbookgrl@yahoo.com

Bonnie said...

Oh, Lee, this is absolutely gorgeous. I think I will be CASEing this for my Christmas lineup. Thanks for the inspiration.

Kelly said...

Lee,
I hope it is ok, but as soon as I saw this, I ran upstairs to CASE it. Of course now I look like Edward from Twilight, but I love this card! How did you get the bow right though....I am horrible with bows.

sandi maciver said...

Wowza my friend, what a beautiful card, absolutely stunning.
And your right, I LOVE my bow maker too, beautiful bows every single time. Thank you hubby again for making them for all of us, AND, I love my card stands too, so easy to display cards all over my studio now.

Trish in Wisconsin said...

Hi Lee, love this card. So simple to put together and yet so Elegant looking. I just love the final effect of the Ornament. I have never tried the Heat and Stick Powder, but you have convinced me to sit down this weekend and give it a go. I may just have to CASE this entire card it is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Cyber hugs, Trish in Wisconsin