Friday, November 6, 2009

More Stampscapes Ornaments

I created two more ornament cards with Stampscapes rubber stamps for class with my ladies today, hey girls!  These images are stamped on glossy paper from The Paper Cut.

For the round ornament, I stamped 217G Star Birth in the sky with Marvy Blue ink.  Then using 150E Pine Row, I stamped the pines, first with Marvy Blue full strength, then again as a second lighter stamping.  One more stamping, this time with Marvy Black, giving the impression of quite a forest of pines.   Soft color was added using a Colorbox Stylus tool and Adirondack Earthtones Demin ink.  I used a silver metallic pen around the edge of the circle.  The snowflakes are from Inkadinkado, heat embossed with white detail embossing powder. 

The corner punch is a 4 in 1 Corner/Border punch by Kreaxions.

The bell ornament began by stamping 309E Country Chapel Small with Marvy Black ink.  This was followed with 018E Cloud Cumulus stamped with Adirondack Earthtones Stonewashed.  Then a little Adirondack Lights Pink Sherbet was added to the clouds before adding shading with Stonewashed around the edges and into the trees.  Again, I used a silver metallic pen to outline the bell.

The background paper is a Stardreams textweight paper.  It has a wonderful metallic sparkle to it and because it is textweight, it embosses beautifully in Cuttlebug embossing folders.  This folder is called Divine Swirls. 

The saying was computer generated.  Both cards are A2, 4.25 x 5.5 inches.


Bonnie Brown said...

Myfavorite is the bell with the church! I love these designs!! You are awesome!! Don't let that go to your head! LOL!

Teresa said...

These are just stunning.

Linda Grady said...

Sandy - These ornament scenes are gorgeous. They are so fun to do. Thanks for adding how-to, also.

Anonymous said...

Liked both of these, but think the round one is my favorite. Hope everyone gets a chance to take these classes. Edna B.

Jenny Gropp said...

These are just soooo cool!

Wendy Wyman said...

Wow, Sandy these ornament scenes are fantastic!! I especially love the blues on the round one. You've inspired me to finally start thinking about starting my holiday cards. Thanks for sharing!