Updated: Nov 17, 2021
The blog hop is featuring "Christmas" cards using products out of our two current catalogs.
Please follow the links to the next blog post to see some amazing Christmas card Ideas from some of the other Ingenuity Inkers team members.
I thought for the hop I would just keep it simple and make a one-layer card. Sometimes more is less. You can make beautiful cards using Stamps, Ink and Paper. Our blending brushes do an amazing job and are so easy to work with.
Here is the card I created and I will let you in on a little secret now. I am going to try this same technique using different colors for the sky such as crumb cake, soft succulent, misty moonlight, highland heather, smokey slate.... and the list goes on!
Here is a list of the supplies I used:
Ink Pads: Blushing Bride for the sponging and Mimento Black for the trees and Basic Gray for the sentiment.
Blends: Crumb cake for the deer.
Stampin' Write Marker: Petal Pink for the shadows.
Card Stock: Basic Gray for the card base and Basic White for the layers.
Stamp Sets: Evergreen Elegence and Peaceful Deer.
I used sticky note paper for the moon and masking for the snow banks. I used a 1 1/4" circle punch for the moon mask, but a small layering circle die will work.
The others included in this blog hop are listed above. I hope you hop over to each blog to get a first hand look at the remarkable Christmas cards and some incredible inspiration for your own Christmas cards.
Enjoy and happy stamping!