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Thursday, November 12, 2020

{Spotlight Project} Christmas Trio With Deepti


Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to my Spotlight feature. I am always thinking about making simple, quick and easy to mail cards. Christmas is one of those times when I like to have simple and flat one layer cards that can easily be sent :) The Christmas Typografia stamps come in handy for these kind of cards and on top of that I just love these stamps :) I think they are a must have! Let me show you what I made...


Here's a step by step photo tutorial to showcase the process of making the cards, I am sharing one of the card tutorials, I followed the same process for the other two.

Step 1 - Cut out watercolor panels and picked the three Typografia stamps I wanted to work with


Step 2 - I stamped the sentiment in black


Step 3 - Added a few drops of Distress inks from refills, sprayed with mini mister and dabbed the panel on top of it. Repeated the process until I was happy with the result I got.




Step 4 - Once dried, I partially stenciled the background using similar shade of Distress Oxide ink. I picked oxide ink as I think it sits on top of inked panel and wont merge with the background :)


Finally I adhered this panel on card base :)

Here are close-ups of my cards...





I used the following Typografia Christmas stamps: Joys of the Season, Miracle of Christmas, and Good Tidings for Christmas,
  



That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try.
Happy paper crafting!

14 comments:

  1. Lovely backgrounds paired with these fab sentiments.

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  2. Very creative backgrounds!
    Thanks for sharing your process.

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  3. Very pretty card designs. I like how you inked and stenciled the backgrounds.

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  4. The rich colors you blended look so gorgeous. I love to use stencils, and have some of these. I need to try these rich colors.....

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  5. Pretty backgrounds for these sentiments! Love your cards!

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  6. How pretty these are!
    Love the inks and the
    stenciling.
    Carla from Utah

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  7. Gorgeous sentiments and gorgeous backgrounds! Beautiful inspiration, thank you!

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  8. That's a lovely technique with beautiful results.

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  9. I really like this technique such a neat idea and these cards are so pretty thanks for sharing

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  10. I love what you did with the stencils and thank you for the fabulous inspiration x.

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