Thursday, December 12, 2013

Jaded Blossom :: December Release Day 4!!

Good morning! And welcome to Day 4 of Jaded Blossom's December Stamp Release!!

Today we are showcasing Fitness Junkie $15.99 and Diets Suck $15.99!
And I created a card for today! I saw this stamping technique over at Kristina Werner's website, and I just LOVE the way it looks!
To create this card, I used the Fitness Junkie stamp set and stamped the image directly onto the base of my white card and then again (using StazOn Ink) onto some PaperTrey Ink Clear card stock.
I used some Spellbinders dies to cut out a window on the front of my card and then placed the clear stamped image directly over the colored stamped image. This clear card stock is placed in between the  pink and black layered card stock.
I masked off part of the sentiment from the Fitness Junkie stamp set and added the Silhouette file Strong offered by Kristina Werner.
Neenah Solar White card stock
My Mind's Eye Cut & Paste 6x6 paper stack
PaperTrey Ink Black card stock
PaperTrey Ink Clear card stock
Jaded Blossom Fitness Junkie
Spellbinders Rounded Squares
kwerner designs Silhouette File Strong
Enamel Dots

Be sure to stop by the Jaded Blossom blog for more inspiration from the rest of the design team and details for this newest release!

And don't forget to visit Jaded Blossom on Facebook and share your Jaded Blossom Stamps creations with us over in the Jaded Blossom Garden of Creativity.

We also have the December Challenge going on. Head on over here to join in and link up your projects!


Melissa said...

Beautiful card! Love the layers.

Kate said...

Love your Coloring and the Design of your Card, so pretty.

Krystle said...

So so pretty!! (:

Dottie =) said...

This is awesome!! I'll have to look up that tutorial. Thanks for sharing :)

Rosie said...

Cool cards

Kathy Salido said...

Fabulous card and love the technique.

Jamie said...

This is just so cool!

Candace said...

this is sooo awesome!!! love it!! and your coloring is great!! lessons please!! :)

Jaymie said...

This is such a neat idea! Love this technique!