Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Christmas time!

I have a Christmas card we did at stamp camp that I wanted to show here but I wanted to do a little tutorial to go with it. I took the pictured last week but haven't had a chance to go through them until now so here it is.

Supplies: thin metal
StazOn ink
old mouse pad (or other
soft surface, here I used
my pad of grid paper

Step 1: Stamp image (with StazOn) on opposite side you want to show on metal. Here I stamped on the silver side so the gold will be the front.
Step 2: Use the stylus to trace the lines on the back of the metal. I did the outline of the tree and the swirls on the tree.
Flip it over to see that you embossed all of the image.

Step 3: I then added a border around the outside to make a frame (optional).

Finished card.

The colors in picture are a little off (sorry). The card base and strip across are Bravo Burgandy and the front is Very Vanilla. For the front piece I used my Cuttlebug to emboss the top 2/3 of the card and stamped Merry Christmas in Bravo Burgandy on the bottom. To adhere the metal to the card I used my EZ runner.

Note: The metal came from a scrapbooking store a few years ago (I think it is called metal paper).


Roberta said...
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Roberta said...

This is cute! And I missed it! Darn!

Happy Stamper said...

You rock Karen! Love the card and to think I gave away my metal paper because I didn't know what to do with it!

CompuPro Scrapbooking said...

I *LOVE* this card.

I missed it too Roberta. Next time if I can't find somebody to work i'm closing for the day so I can go to stamp camp. teehee

Sandra said...

I love that technique. Can we do that at my party???

Tina said...

Wow, what a beautiful card!!! I think I have some of that metal somewhere! I'd love to try a card like this, love the colors too, so pretty.

Happy Stamper 17 said...

This is a really nice card, I'll have to find some of that metal now!

Vania said...

Great! Card. Simple and Elegant. Where do I find the "Metal Paper".
Would you be able to email the answer? Thank you! Thank You!!