Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Just Rite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop 7

Welcome to JustRite Stampers’ newest Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops 7! Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving some of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps! You also might see some projects from the JustRite design team, using some of their newly released line of CLING stamps! You can find our new collection of cling stamps HERE. This week, the designers joining us are most of the Spellbinders and Caardvarks design teams! So mark your calendars for Wednesdays at 9am Central for great Christmas gift, card & project ideas, starting at the JustRite Inspiration blog!

JustRite Holiday Hop card set

For my project today, I once again used the acrylic block stamping technique. (Yes, I am addicted. :)) Using one of my smaller blocks, the background gave me the perfect place to stamp the JustRite images, From Our House 2". Once the backgrounds were dry, I die cut/embossed the cardstock with Spellbinders Classic Squares Large.

JustRite Holiday Hop card set CU

Then I stamped the sentiment image, From Our House 2”, with Peeled Paint Distressing Ink. The snowflake was stamped with Broken China Distressing Ink. To add a little bit of pop, a small pearl was placed in the center of each snowflake. The white color didn’t work, so I colored each pearl with a Copic marker. Simple, easy, and beautiful to send. I think these are perfect for a mass-produced Christmas card.

Please visit these designers’ blogs to see what fabulous JustRite Christmas inspiration they have for you on the hop today!

JustRite Inspiration Blog
Spellbinders Blog
Debbie Olson
Kimberly Crawford
Sharon Harnist
Beth Pingry
Amy Crockett
Kellie Fortin
Latisha Yoast
Becca Feeken
Lucy Abrams
Sankari Wegman
AJ Otto
Beate Johns
Heidi Van Laar
Kazan Clark
Julie Overby
Peet Roeven
Michele Kovack
Judy Hayes
Kathy Racoosin
Stephanie Kraft
Terre Fry
Angela Barkhouse
Holly Simoni
Heidi Blankenship

enjoy the hop and thanks for stopping by!

Supplies: Stamps-JustRite Stampers (From Our House 2”), Ink-Ranger (Distressing; Peeled Paint, Broken China), Gems-Creative Impressions, Copic-YG25, Spellbinders-Labels One, Classic Squares Large

20 comments:

Beate said...

Kimberly,
your cards look beautiful! I love the look of the acrylic stamping technique. I will have to try that out soon.
Hugs and smiles

Heidi Van Laar said...

Kimberly, these are gorgeous! I love the soft blues and greens!

(-: Heidi

Holly - Wild Wyoming Girl said...

Love the colors and the acrylic block stamping!

AJ said...

those are just fabulous Kimberly!!! :)

Kazan Clark said...

this is a fantastic technique - thanks for sharing :) Gorgeous project!

Sankari W. said...

love these colors and love the shape of the cards and the gorgeous technique!!! this is beautiful!!!!
big hugs,
Sankari :)

Christy Farneth-Kerr said...

Boy you have great technique.
Thank you for sharing you inspire me everyday:)

AGohl said...

Really cute! I like the colors alot!

AndreaA said...

Pretty cards!!!

Amy said...

Wonderful card!! I love the look of these two colors together with the white. Thanks for sharing!!

Jessica said...

What great looking cards! Simple, but lovely!

Latisha said...

I love these! What a cool technique too.

stephanie said...

Very pretty cards

anita01 said...

Helemaal geweldig, wat een schitterend kaartje.

Warme groetjes Anita

Sharon Harnist said...

I've been wanting to try this technique, too, Kimberly -- your cards are beautiful!

Sheri said...

I hadn't seen this technique?? I will have to check it out! Thanks! Great cards!

Heidi Blankenship said...

Beautiful cards Kimberly!! I love the colors of blue and green and the acrylic stamping technique!

Julie Overby said...

Really pretty. Love the color scheme.

Auntie Em said...

Love your colour choices and the little pearl in the center is perfect!
Thanks for sharing! :o)

Stephanie Kraft said...

These are just beautiful! Love the technique you used!