For my Saturday class this week we made another Christmas card.
Loved how crisp and clean the card looked so after everyone had gone home I made a batch of them ready to send out to friends and family.
So glad I decided to do refresher courses with the girls and revisit some of the old techniques that we have already covered.
I was just a little stunned that the girls could not remember that I taught the spotlighting technique to them a few years back.
Love this technique as there are so many ways that you can spotlight certain areas.
Everything was in front of me on the table so grabbed my camera and took a few step by step photos.
My Misti is over a year old now and it has revolutionised my stamping especially as I have Rheumatoid Arthritis.
The only draw back has always been its limitations in the size of paper you can use and it can also be a bit cumbersome.
It had to happen that someone would hop on the band wagon and invent a tool that would eliminate this problem.
Wahooooo! My Saturday girls and I have all put our orders in for the new:
Smaller, more manageable and – the best bit – you can use any size paper you want … yayyyy!!!
Best part of making these cards was the white embossing of the trees and then inking with green ink.
A few splatters of white paint before punching out with a stamp punch from SU.