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So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps - Christmas Ornament

Hi Everyone,

I have been playing with the new So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps release.
Here I am using the Christmas sentiment. I combined it with an older stamp - the Ornament Swirl.



I am using Kaleidocolor ink pads for this.


Stamped the ornament in rainbow colors.


Used a water brush to pull in some of the stamped color and lightly colored the centers of the ornament.


Added the strings with a ruler.
Stamped the sentiment.


Used my Wink of Stella to add some shimmer. I turned out to be empty... no despair - you can fill it up with Shimmer Spritz - the whole bottle costs as much as a Wink of Stella pen....and you still have plenty of left overs for spritzing...



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Linking up with:
The Paper Players - Christmas
Inkspirational - anything Christmas
CAS on Sunday - make a Christmas card
Simon Says Monday challenge - "B" is for baubles

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Comments

conil said…
Funny how rainbow colors suit every occasion...this one is really pretty, though. Like the way you blended the color into each ornament...so festive and fun.
laurie said…
So bright and cheerful! I love the festive colors you chose. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players!
Marlena M. said…
Beautiful shimmer and rainbow of colors Cornelia! Thank you for sharing your art with us at Ink~
ElizStewart said…
Cornelia... absolutely love your rainbow of ornaments. Very festive. Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Paper Players.
papierelle said…
Eine ungewöhnliche, aber wunderschöne Karte!!!
Mac Mable said…
Thanks for the tip on filling the glitter pen and thank you too for the fun technique , which looks fabulous on your wonderful card x.
Jan Clothier said…
That rainbow of ornaments is fantastic! So bright and cheerful and fun. The kaleidoscope pad you used is something I've not seen before and it looks so useful. Thanks for joining in with us at The Paper Players.
stampwithsandy said…
What a pretty Christmas card, Cornelia! I love your rainbow ornaments, and I bet the shimmer is beautiful IRL. Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Paper Players!
Anne Marie Hile said…
Everything about your card just makes me happy, Cornelia! I love the cheerful colors and the sparkly detail is the perfect touch. Thanks so much for joining us this week over at The Paper Players.
Anita in France said…
Rainbow ornaments, how fabulous, Cornelia ... fun and so pretty! Hugs, Anita :)

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