A new challenge at the House Of Cards begins today, as we're fast approaching Christmas our colour palette is quite seasonal but you don't have to make a Christmas card.
Using two shades of green to ink up the plate I then smoothed it out with a brayer and stamped the oval on cream card. I went back around the edges of the oval with the two inks to create a darkened edge, then I stamped the trees in dark green onto the plate and pressed it onto the card.
Once dry I used a white pen to add snowflakes and a little snow on the trees. The deer is stamped in Versafine black, as he's a silhouette it was tricky to get a good even coverage but that's the beauty of a stamp press, I inked him again and stamped again in exactly the same place making him a perfect solid black silhouette. If you have ever struggled with stamping I would highly recommend one of these tools, with several brands now available the price has come down to a more reasonable rate.
The greeting was stamped and gold embossed after gently drying off all the inking. To compliment the oval I used a punch on opposite corners to round them off before matting the cream panel on to a dark red layer. To finish off the panel has been stuck to a dark green card blank to compliment the trees and bring the whole colour scheme together.
You have a month to create your card following our prompt so please come and join us at the House Of Cards, we'd love to see what you make.
|November - House Of Cards|
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Christmas At Sweet Stampin' - Anything Christmas (M)
A Snowflakes Promise - Anything Christmas (M)
Gorgeous card Rocky! Love the beautiful scene that you created! Stunning!ReplyDelete
love this oneReplyDelete
Ohhh.... that was my first reaction to this card. Hit me right in the soft spot. Just beautiful card. Elegant. So ... OOOhhh again.ReplyDelete
HOC DT team