Monday, March 28, 2016

Christmas Joy - Easy Christmas card

Hello and Happy Monday!

Today I have as easy Christmas card idea to share!  Sadly, the photo does not do the sparkle embossing powder any justice.  Sparkle Embossing Powder is my most used embossing powder!  The jar is actually half empty.



I also used generation stamping with the snowflakes after noticing they were too bold stamped first generation.

Supplies: Recollections Christmas Noel stamp set, Versafine Magestic Blue ink, Recollections Sparkle Embossing powder, GKD In the Navy cardstock

I would love to participate in the following challenges:
Merry Monday: Christmas Carols (Of course my carol is Joy to the World)


Thanks so much for reading and for your kind comments!

25 comments:

  1. I really like this CAS design and the blue color is a fabulous make with sparkling effects!!

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  2. This is stunning. I never manage to get the full stamp images like this to stamp evenly! Yours is superbly stamped. Nice full coverage.

    Off to read up about generation stamping...

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    1. Thanks Maureen, I really think it is the Versafine ink that helps stamp so nicely on these images.

      Generation stamping is just where you stamp once (1st Generation), stamp again without reinking (2nd generation), you can even try a 3rd or 4th stamping without reinking depending on the ink type.

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  3. Blue & white colors are always so elegant & CAS, and with this lovely swirly angel, this is one beautiful card. As Maureen said, your image had even coverage, and truly sparkles. TFS

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  4. Very elegant and beautifully CAS.

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  5. Love your choice of colours on this really lovely card, great image and design.

    Kath x

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  6. A lovely card, love the angel stamp and your colour scheme

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  7. Wonderful combination Heidi and love that the real Person behind Christ-mas is shared! Thanks for popping over, Shaz in Oz.x

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  8. This is a lovely card, love the colours, Blue and white are my favs, thanks for sharing!!!

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  9. Hi Heidi, a beautiful card, I've never been that great at stamping, I always seem to miss the middle of the image... love your sparkly Blue angel, Thanks for visiting me... have a wonderful week... Megan

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  10. Lovely sparkly blue card, and second generation snowflakes do make a fab background xxx

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  11. Very pretty with the lovely CAS design, and I can imagine how it sparkles in real life.
    Thanks for playing along at Rudolph Days Challenge this month

    Jane

    Rudolph Days DT

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  12. A gorgeous card, I love the blue sparkle embossing powder you've used.

    Sue xx

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  13. So pretty! I love the sparkle!

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  14. This is so pretty. Love the blue and white. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

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  15. Beautiful angel image & lovely card!

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  16. This is a beautiful monochromatic Christmas card, Heidi! And one of my favorite Christmas carols! Bet it really sparkles IRL! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

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  17. Terrific Rudolph Day card.

    xxx

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  18. I LOVE Christmas cards in blues and this pretty card is WOW!! Love the beautiful Angel stamp.

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  19. This is really beautiful,I love the stamp and the blue and white colours.
    Jean x

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  20. Oooo what a stunning monochrome card and thanks for joining us at March's Rudolph Days Challenge, Luv Sam GDT x

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  21. This simple card is really pretty in blue, and I bet the sparkle is awesome in person! Nicely done! :)

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  22. Lovely CAS card, wonderful design. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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  23. Classic image...love the monochromatic scheme of this glorious card.

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