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Easter Stained Glass

>> Friday, February 12, 2016

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
I hope your week has gone well! It's not too soon to start your Easter cards...Easter comes early this year..March 27th. To make my Easter card, I put the Stained Glass Oval image into my Misti then stamped the image w/ Memento desert sand. I knew I wanted to gold emboss it but since I also wanted to color it w/ Copics & the two don't play well together, so it was stamped first w/ an ink color that would allow me to see the lines but also disappear when embossed.

After coloring it, I over stamped it w/ gold pigment ink then heat embossed it w/ gold powder. I die cut a piece of lilac card stock & a larger piece of sage green then cut the ovals out of the centers. The Happy Easter Cross was stamped, colored & I cut around the top to let more of the stained glass show through then attached it behind the oval frames & then on top of the stained glass background.

Here are the Copics I used.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend.



nwilliams6 said...

Wow, Julie - this is gorgeous! I love the soft colors and the way you showcased that image! Amazing work. Hugz

Sue said...

Oh Julie, this is beautiful! I LOVE the soft colors and how you die cut the top of the Easter Cross! Simple, but spot on!

Shelia said...

Such a beautiful card, Julie. Love the stain glass with this Easter image. Absolutely gorgeous!

Janett said...

Your stained glass is so beautiful I just love the colors. A perfect Easter card.

Robin Clendenning said...

Oh Julie, I love the stain glass behind your cross sentiment!! So lovely and soft and sun risey (ok, not a word but you know what I mean!!) Love the beautiful lavendar and green framing!!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the stain glass coloring on this. Have a BEE-utiful day.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Karin said...

I love the soft pastel color choices and the stained glass looks so beautiful on this Easter card!

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