Easy Peasy Christmas Cards #8 ~ In Many Languages

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The card is the epitome of easy peasy! Now this stamp P110 World Christmas by Stampendous had been on the shelf at Classic for quite a while. It’s amazing how one can pass by many stamps not realizing their full potential. What I love about this stamp is that the sentiment is built right in! 🙂

The card measures 5 1/2 x 4 1/4″. I stamped it in Library Green Archival Ink because it’s great for fine detail and it’s oil based and won’t run which is important for the next step.
I then took a waterbrush and dipped it into Ranger’s Sunflower Sparkle Perfect Pearls and painted all the stars on the tree.
As I took the above photo at night, I didn’t fully capture the metallic glint from the pearls. I did try to get a close up though.

The only thing that takes time is painting in the stars but I find if I’m watching TV or just listening to music, it’s quite therapeutic. Of course you can totally bling it up a lot more using rhinestones, pearls or even using more colours of perfect pearls. There are many possibilities using this stamp.

WAHOOOO!! Another card done!

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Thanks for visiting today and have a great weekend!

Love,

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2 thoughts on “Easy Peasy Christmas Cards #8 ~ In Many Languages

  1. Hi Spike,

    How easy but yet so perfect if you have a lot of cards to do. Bet I have passed this stamp many times while at Classic’s. Enjoy the sunshine while it is here.

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