Delicious Doodles to make my very first holiday card of the year!
I printed the Delicious Doodles stamp out four different times on my printer and then colored them up with my Copic Markers. Then I cut them apart (eek) and put them all back together with a Pop Dot here and Pop Dot there (here a dot there a dot everywhere a dot, dot... sorry, I couldn't help myself)... Here's a closer look so you get what I mean...
See what I mean... lots of layers... a big fat gorgeous Poinsettia from one cute - cute digi stamp! I added some additional dimension to the project by using Mod Podge Dimensional Magic on the berries and the center of the Poinsettia.
At first I was going to attempt to fussy cut the Poinsettia, leaves and flourish... but then I remembered that my scissor skills are about as technically advanced as my three-year old grandsons... so I decided to just cut it all out enough to let it lift up off the page a bit. (as it is, you shouldn't look too closely at my cutting work... gak!).
At any rate, I really want you to join us in our challenge over at Sketches in Thyme and you just GOTTA SEE all the other Maven reveals over there... REALLY.... so go forth to the blog! We can't wait to see what you create with this super cute sketch too... so, I hope you join us!
Sponsor Supplies: Delicious Doodles: Digi Stamp "Poinsettia Corner"
Other Supplies Used:
Cardstock: Neenah: "Classic Crest Solar White"
Patterned Paper: Memory Box: "Mistletoe 6 x 6 Collection"
Stamps: Hero Arts: "MerryChristmas Trees"
Ink: Tsukineko: Memento "Tuxedo Black", "VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad"
Fibers: Papertrey Ink: Twill Ribbon "Pine Feather"
Other Tools: Plaid: Modge Podge: "Dimensional Magic", "Pop Dots", Ranger: Emossing Powder "Clear", Copic: Copic Markers, Spellbinders: Nestabilities: Large Circles and Scallops, Liquid Gold Pen