Hi Friends! I hope you’re having a nice weekend so far! Yesterday I canned pickled onions – my favourite! I had a heck of a time finding silverskin onions but let me tell ya, I was sure excited when I finally did!
Aside from canning, I’ve also been cooking the meals for “Giant Bluefin Tuna Charters”, as their season is in full swing. This is my third year catering the meals for them and I love it. I have a set menu that includes Steak & Ale Pie, Bangers & Mash, Seafood Chowder (my most popular meal), Lasagne, Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Pasties and more.
I’m also still in the process of moving my craft room from downstairs to upstairs, which is a HUGE job. The room I’m moving into has a window (the room downstairs didn’t) and after Hurricane Dorian and five days without power, I decided I’d rather stamp in natural light than have the (loud) generator on. The upstairs room is MUCH smaller though and it’s going to be tricky trying to fit everything in without feeling cluttered and cramped. Good thing I like a challenge! My guy is also going to build shelves inside the closet for me, which will really make a difference and help with storage. I’ll share photos once it’s all finished. I’ve really missed having a window in my stamping space – especially in the winter and seeing the pretty snow falling outside.
So you can see it’s been a busy weekend for me, but it’s been a nice weekend too and I even found time to stamp a card this morning…
The card I am sharing with you today is for this month’s “Leader’s Project Group”. I used the new “Snow Many Stars” bundle from the holiday catalogue and this is the first chance I’ve had to play with it.
of Navy: 5 ½” x 8 ½” , 5” x 3 ¾”, plus scrap piece
Foil: 5 ½” x 4 ¼”
Night of Navy card stock in half to create card base.
Silver Foil card stock layer to front of card.
embossing buddy over 5” x 3 ¾” Night of Navy card stock layer.
Versamark ink to stamp large star, sentiment and small star images
to card. Sprinkle on White Emboss Powder, tap off excess and set
with heat tool.
more small stars to card using Versamark ink. Sprinkle Silver Emboss
Powder over top, shake off excess and set with heat tool.
your finger (or a small dauber if you prefer) and tap into the Craft
Whisper White ink and rub onto embossed stars in a small swirly
motion. Repeat over the large and small stars.
more stars onto a scrap piece of Night of Navy card stock, inking
with Versamark and embossing in white. Cut out with coordinating
die. Use mini dimensionals (cutting some in half) to adhere the
smaller stars onto card front.
a small star for centre of the large star on card, using a scrap
piece of Silver Glimmer card stock and coordinating die. Adhere to
centre of star with a glue dot.
rhinestones in centre of all the stars.
fine tip glue to add Snowflake Sequins and Ice Stampin’ Glitter to
in the largest star with Shimmery Crystal Effects. Add a few random
drops of Shimmery Crystal effects throughout the smaller stars. Set
card aside to dry.
Clear Wink of Stella across the sentiment.
entire card with Champagne Shimmer Mist Paint (add a few drops to a
bottle of 70% rubbing alcohol, shake and mist).
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Beth Norman-Roberts says
Wowza, what an outstanding card. Truly is a winner in my books!