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>> Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Hi Everyone!
Jennifer here today and I'm so excited to have new Christmas stamps to play with.  DRS Designs just released a bunch of new ones just in time to get a jump start on those holidays cards! The holiday season always seems to creep up, doesn't it? That's why I'm using this time to get started NOW!
I created this one to show off the new Simple Ornament (491K) I colored it Copic Markers and then applied Diamond Glaze all over it, before fussy cutting it out.  I love how the shiny look of the glaze makes it look real!
Of course, I had to make a Christmas tree background using the Pine Bough (467K) to make it look like it was hanging in the tree! I decorated the empty space at the top of the card front using the new Deco Christmas New Years Greeting (488G). I split it up so that I could add the small text of "& Happy New Year" to decorate the yellow banner placed at the lower portion of the card front. "Merry Christmas" was enhanced a bit by coloring portions of it with red Copic Markers. I hope you like it!
Don't delay, get started today! The hectic holiday season is right around the corner!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


nwilliams6 said...

Jennifer, this is beautiful!!! I love that you did it in read and diamond glaze. Great bg too. A fab card!!! Hugz

Janett Ray said...

Oh Jennifer, this is beautiful. I love the shading and coloring the background is perfect.All around beautiful card.

Sue said...

Incredible shading Jennifer! This is one card I'm super anxious to see in person cause I'm thinking a picture isn't doing the Diamond Glaze justice :)

Karin said...

Wow, it does look real! Love the way you used the sentiment stmap on your card too :)

Robin Clendenning said...

Pretty RED ornament Jennifer!! Love red shiny ornaments on green trees! So lovely!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Beautiful red ornament, Jennifer! So rich looking and I love the diamond glaze on top.

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