Thursday, October 2, 2008

Happy Holidays Mail Art










This is another Christmas Mail Art to share.
Here are the steps to it.
1) Use a pattern paper as the base of the card. Distress the edges with the scissors distressing technique and ink it with pine needles and black soot distress ink.
2) Cut out a square piece from another pattern paper and ink it with frayed burlap distress ink and hand stitch around it.
3) Use a die cut tag to trace and cut out from a white card stock and ink it with faded jeans, pine needles, shabby shutters and frayed burlap. Then, use the "Water Distressing" technique on it to create the distressed effect.
4) Stamp the image using black solvent ink directly on it and paste it to the card. Outline the piece with a black pen and use an opal white liquid pearls to doodle around it too.
5) Draw a swirl on a black card stock and cut it out. Outline it with a white pen and use a silver liquid pearls to embellish it. Paste it to the left of the card.
6) Add a strip of scallop on the bottom border of the card and doodle on it using white pen and glitters (Stickles) for details.
7) Add a flower to the lower left corner. The address box had been stamped on a white card stock and cut it out. Ink the edges using faded jeans and old paper distress ink.

I've just bought a mini laptop and this post is my first post using it. This is such a light laptop and perfect to bring along during this trip. I'm still trying to get use to it small keyboard....lol!
Remember to join me here and at Scrapbooks News and Reviews on Oct 4th (World Card Making Day).

Sources: Card stock: Bazzill; Pattern Paper: Making Memories; Stamps: Autumn Leaves, Norsk Stempleblad AS; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Tsukineko Staz On; Others: Ranger Liquid Pearls, zig pens, Ranger Stickles, Prima flowers, uni-ball signo gel pen, floss for stitching, Glue Dots and other adhesives

10 comments:

Karina said...

A very lovely card. I will absolut use some of the ideas. Thanks.

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

oh, Irene. this is sooo pretty. I need that stamp!! I love nativity scenes. where can I get it?? :)

Ulla said...

Your creations are gorgeous! I love your style, colour mm.. everything.

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Tereza, it's from Norsk Stempleblad AS. You can get to the link of the store by clicking the Ett Trykk logo at the right of my blog.

Erika said...

You are so creative! I love it!

Erika said...

You are so creative! I love it!

Rleen said...

This is beautiful, I love the design!

Lusiana said...

i love all the details you put on this...beautiful, :)

Jane said...

Another gorgeous mail art!!!! love the liquid jewels!!!

paulien710 said...

Oh wow..... does your imagination ever stop?????
Beautiful honey..... Love it!

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