Thursday, December 4, 2014

12 Days of Christmas - Day 4

  Unruly PaperArts is sponsoring a 12 Days of Christmas Link-up Party!  
 
Here is my Day 4!
 
 
Today I am sharing a
 SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT!
 
This is my Altered Pages Design Team post for the day.  Altered Pages is partnering with Just for Fun Stamps this month... I love this little Santa Ornament from JFF!
 
This cute Just For Fun Rubber Stamps Santa Ornament that looks just like one we hung on the tree when I was a little girl! 
 
 
 

 
The Santa Ornament was stamped on white paper with black ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  The ornament was colored with COPICS, white areas Wink of Stella then the whole ornament was heat embossed with 3 layers of clear embossing powder using VersaMark to give it an enameled look!

 
Supplies:
Red Card Base
COPICS
VersaMark
Clear Embossing Powder
Stash: Holly


7 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

What a fabulous idea, Lyneen! Your Santa soo looks enameled. He's gorgeous! Gonna have to try that technique. Love the story page you used for the card, too. So many fun ideas at this UPA 12 Days party. xxD

Carol S said...

Just popped over from Unruly Paperarts.
This is great....thanks for sharing the tutorial! Love how it came out! Now my head is buzzing with "what stamps do I have" ideas and I just found my hoarded pile of embossing powders!
Thanks again, this is wonderful!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Lovely little Santa, Lyneen! He is so festive! xx

Danie May said...

I am loving this JFF Stamp Lyneen and how you turned it into an ornament to adorn your card. The idea of embossing to give it an enameled look is fabulous too! TFS and partying with us at Unruly again today! Danie xx

TangledBlueRose said...

Wonderful card! Love the details and papers. Santa is so awesome! Great to see your art, Lyneen!
~kim

Michele said...

i love it Lyneen! bright and perfect and such a cool way to enhance the card. happy 12 days of christmas at UPA! xo

Barbara Rankin said...

Lyneen, this ornament is so wonderful! Love the idea!