Monochromatic Shine

Double D Challenge – What is YOUR Christmas Style

This card will be entered into the Double D Challenge “What is YOUR Christmas style? So today my Christmas card making style is: Monochromatic and Shiny embossing powder. I received a package from SSS and included was the Big & Bold Holiday Ornament Stamp set from Colorado Craft Company. And when they tell you its Big & Bold believe me it is. I blended my white cardstock using Twisted Citron and Lucky Clover Distress Oxide ink. When that dried I stamped with versamark the ornament image a number of times and heat embossed using white embossing powder. Sentiment is from the same stamp set.

And of course I couldn’t stop at one so here are a few others that I made with the same set in different colors.

GKD Cherry Red and Gold Embossed; SSS Midnight Green and white embossing.
GKD Tranquil Teal and silver embossing powder.

Thanks for looking.

16 thoughts on “Monochromatic Shine

    1. LOL…it’s like 4-1/2 x about 6″. It is huge and after all the stamping I could hardly get it out of my Misti! I thought it was going to tear. Thanks for your support.

  1. WOW! this is stunning and so are all the others. Can’t pick a fave although I did like the red and gold quite a lot. Its funny – years ago I had a wooden block rubber stamp (a gift) that was almost as big as this and I never knew what to do with it. In the end I gave it to a friend. Today with more experience I would probably use it.

  2. Embossing never gets old. Beautiful Christmas design. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Double D Challenge Blog. We hope you will join us for future challenges.

    DD DT

  3. Beautiful Christmas cards, so elegant! Love the designs. Thanks for joining us at Double “D” Challenges.
    Amelia (Double “D” Challenge Design Team)

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