CCC November Blog Hop

Hi! It’s again that time of the month for our Collected Crafty Collabs hop and you probably came here from the amazing Karen.

The theme for November is Christmas and/or Texture Pastes or Mousse.

Christmas cards are my favorites to make and I was so excited for this month because I have a stamp set (or two) from last year that I didn’t have the chance to use back then. Well, I didn’t end up using any of these. With all what is going on around and Christmas being right around the corner I just don’t feel like coloring or making any complicated projects. So I went through my stash of backgrounds (a small box with all kinds of card sized pieces of ‘art’ that I have no idea what to do with) and picked 3. All were made with Gloss Sprays and I decided to combine them with stencils that I haven’t used since last year and texture paste. I was recording and was going to post a video of making my projects but as always… life happens, so no video.

Pictures below are screen shots, not the best quality, but I wanted to show what was my starting point.

Gloss Spray Marine.
Gloss Spray Medieval.
Gloss Spray Gilt and stencil.

Card 1

  • Stencil: Falling Snowflakes by Tonic Studios
  • Texture Paste by Ranger
  • Dazzling Blue Nuvo Glitter drops in the centre of each snowflake
  • Craft Perfect pearlescent card in Pearl White as a mat.
The sentiment is in Finnish and means “Merry Christmas”.
Closer look.

Card 2

  • Stencil: Falling Snowflakes by Tonic Studios
  • Texture Paste by Ranger
  • Purple watercolor spray
  • Sugar Plum Nuvo Glitter drops in the centre of each snowflake
  • Craft Perfect glitter card in Sugar Crystal for the frame and die cut snowflakes.
Again the “Merry Christmas” sentiment on vellum.
Closer look.

Card 3

  • Stencil: Holiday Foliage by Simon Says Stamp
  • Texture Paste by Ranger
  • Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and water brush to color over the dried texture paste
  • Red pearl cardstock. I believe it’s from Crafter`s Companion.
Again the same “Merry Christmas” sentiment.
Closer look.

These are all of my cards. I hope you will hop along and see what my crafty friends have created 🙂

Your Next stop is the sweet Virginia.

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!

Boryana

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A Special Thank You

Hi, crafty friends! In this post I am sharing photos of my finished card. I have two process videos and you should have came here from Part Two 🙂

Video Part One

Video Part Two

I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate you sticking with me and being such a great support to me! This time of the year is always the hardest (it gets better after Christmas though) so all of your lovely comments and friendship mean the world to me! Thank you so very much!

As you know me, you know that I love cute stamp sets. So I couldn’t resist purchasing two: one to keep and one to share with a crafty friend. I am more than grateful for all of you 🙂

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Thanks a lot for stopping by and good luck! Have a great day!

Boryana

Warm Wishes

Hello! Today I am sharing a winter / holiday card with a digital stamp image and watercolors.

The stamp is “Christmas Cheer” by Graciellie Design and I printed it on watercolor paper. The sentiment is by Tonic Studios, stamped on vellum and heat embossed in gold.

I used Altenew watercolors for the whole image. Then added pearl pigment powder in Silky Gold mixed with a drop of water (ot the saucer) and sealed it with Nuvo Crystal Glaze. I also added Nuvo Glimmer Paste in Moonstone to the Poinsettia.

Closer look of all the details.

I am entering the Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog challenge

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Boryana

Sassy&Crafty: Christmas Slimline Card

Hi and welcome to the Sassy and Crafty Colorful Hop! The hop is taking place on YouTube and I’ll have a link to my video a little bit down.

I chose to use watercolors to color the adorable little lamb from Plushies – Sleepy Lamb Stamp set. I gave him a red hat and made a Christmas card 🙂

Card recipe:

Trying to show you the shimmer and shine 🙂

You can see the video here:

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!

Boryana

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Christmas Card With Stamp Club

Hi! Today I am sharing a Christmas card created with just a normal floral stamp set by Tonic Studios, Stamp Club – Heartfelt Corsage.

Still available at Tonic UK and Tonic USA.

I stamped and die cut few of the florals and colored them in red and white (well, grey and violet for a white look).

***All of the products I use are purchased by me. Links above are affliliate links. Using affiliate links does not mean additional cost for you. I trully appreciate your support.

A closer look.

Here is a video tutorial showing how I made this card, as well as a list of what I used in the description box:

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Boryana

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