Saturday, October 15, 2016

Jar of Cheers Christmas Tag Card -Try Stampin' on Tuesday #292

Can you believe it's the middle of October?  Christmas is rapidly approaching, so the card I am making for the sketch challenge with Try Stampin' on Tuesday is a Christmas card.  And because the added challenge is that a tag is part of the sketch this card is a tag card.


The snowman from the Jar of Cheers stamp set is coloured with SU markers, and dazzling diamonds applied to the hat and the snow upon which the snowman is standing.  Snow is stamped around the snowman using Pool Party ink.
A 3 by 3" piece of Whisper White card stock, after embossing with the Cable Knit Embossing folder, is die cut with the smaller of the mason jars and a shaker element made with red and green sequins  as the shaker elements. The jar is outlined with a gold sticker strip and a smoky slate lid added to the top.  The left upper corner was decorated with 2 evergreen sprigs, which were die cut using the.Pretty Pines Thinlets, a cherry cobbler ribbon, and a mini pinecone embellishment.  A 1/8" hole was punched with the hand held punch and gold tag twine inserted through this.

This "tag" was layered with a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock, and adhered to the card front.

The basic card is Cherry Cobbler, layered with Whisper White cardstock which embossed with the Lucky Stars embossing folder and then with Iridescent  Ice embossing powder.

Two strips of This Christmas DSP were adhered to the Whisper White layer.  The shaker element was adhered over this.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Jar of Cheers, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Pool Party, Markers (Real Red, Crushed Curry, Pool Party, Smoky Slate) Versa Mark
Papers: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, This Christmas DSP, Garden Green
Accessories: Window Sheet,Pretty Pines Thinlets, Everyday Jar Thinlets, Cable knit embossing folder, Lucky stars embossing folder, Iridescent Ice embossing powder, 1/8" hand held punch, gold tag twine, Mini pinecone embellishment, Wink of Stella clear glimmer brush, Green, red and gold sequens, Word Window Punch, Modern Word Label Punch, dimensionals

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