I don’t know about your holiday card list – but mine includes some folks who, let’s just say…..they don’t have an appreciation for all I pour into a lot of my cards. I think we all know some folks like that! But…I also don’t want those folks not to feel my love in the card – so just a fast stampy-stampy ba-da-boom ba-da-bing thing doesn’t feel right in my heart.
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A card like I show you today is a great solution – easy to stamp (and you can make it simpler than mine!) but quick and easy, and with limited supplies! You likely have things to substitute for what I used, but mine are listed at the end of this post.
The first one I made took me 6 minutes in realtime – once I got going, they were under 4 minutets. Leave out the manger and you can cut it further, plus not have any drying time for the glitter!
The glitter from a bottle is so much less messy than my adventure last month – I had used Glossy accents with powdered glitter and I’m still finding it alllll over! ha! It makes for some lovely hay though:
I’ve got 20 of these ready to roll….stoked! I might actually finish all my cards in record time this year!
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- Adore, Trinity Stamps Clear Stamps
- Polychromos Pencils —- EH – BLICK
- Prismacolor pencils —– EH – BLICK
- Memento Dew Drop Ink Pads:
- Classic Cream – 25 pk, Neenah Cardstock
- Tape, Judikins Eclipse (or mask with a sticky note)
- Tonic Nuvo Glitter Accents, Fresh Snowfall
- Uniball Signo White Gel Pen