Here is a card I made using some of the fabulous new Pure Luxury card stock colors just released along with the bells from A Very Merry Christmas. More details below...
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I started by stamping the jingle bells with Versa Mark ink and heat embossing with Ranger Superfine gold embossing powder. Then I used Y17 Copic marker to color the shadows.
Added Y21, leaving just a few small areas uncolored for highlights.
Used my blender pen to soften the transition from the yellow to white and then added YR14 to the holes in the bells. After coloring the bells, I cut them out, separating them from the ribbon.
Next, I stamped the image again, this time with Memento Tuxedo Black, and started coloring with R29.
sed an opaque white ink pen to add a few highlights to the ribbon.
Added Pop Dots to the gold embossed bells and attached them to the other bell image.
Sponged Certainly Celery ink (SU) to a piece of Pure Luxury Ivory paper.
Sponged Old Olive.
Sponged Vintage Green (Vivid) just on the very edges.
Stamped the holly flourish on two corners, using Vivid Olive ink.
I colored in the flourish with YG03 and used the fine tip on my Lady Bug Red Memento Marker to color the berries.
I layered with Pure Luxury Black Onyx, Good as Gold, Cranberry Tart and used a Fresh Asparagus card base. After assembling, I used Crystal Lacquer on the bells and ribbon. The sentiment is also from A Very Merry Christmas.
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