Wednesday, April 4, 2018

'Tis The Season



The Happy Little Stampers April Christmas Challenge has begun. The theme is all Christmas all the time, with an optional twist of JOLLY. Fa La La La La!

I went a little off the beaten path with the look of this one. I created a background with three shades of green Distress Oxide Inks, then stencilled stars over it using Dreamweaver Metallic Gold Embossing Paste. I heat-embossed the sentiment from Stamplorations on a black die cut banner, adhered it to the white panel and added some twine.

Please head over the to Happy Little Stampers April Christmas Challenge and see what the Design Team Has created for your inspiration. Play with us for a chance to win a $20 coupon to spend at the Happy Little Stampers Shop! Check out all the details HERE. If you use stamps by Happy Little Stampers, and you are chosen as the Random Winner, your prize will be doubled!

I'm also playing at:

52 Christmas Card Throwdown March Technique Challenge - Embossing

10 comments:

Dotty Jo x said...

Wow! What a stunner, Jo x

Paper Therapy Ponderings said...

I love your card. the background is fantastic
Barb Housner

Inkyfingers said...

I love your non-traditional Christmas card Stephanie - the design is so stylish and it would be a perfect card for a man at Christmas.
Hugs
Carol x

AlisonC said...

This bold sentiment looks brilliant against the pretty inking. Thanks for playing along at 52CCT

fabiola jaques said...

j'aime beaucoup ce sentiment Stephanie, quel adorable composition et ce ciel étoilé est superbe, merci de jouer avec nous chez 52CCT, biz

Shery Russ said...

Awesome design, Stephanie! Great to see this in the STAMPlorations April Challenge gallery!

BożenA said...

Every card of yours is so amazing Stephanie !! I love the beautiful background of this card, she's amazingly underlines the beautiful banner with sentiment.
hugs,
BozenA

The Altered Paper said...

Great background and design,love it!

Sue - said...

Lovely card!

Bobby said...

I may need some of that gold texture paste, Stephanie. It looks beautiful on your inky background.