Welcome everyone! I have a couple clean and simple holiday cards to share with you today featuring the Mice On Ice stamp set from Lawn Fawn.
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Today’s cards are very easy to recreate. So easy that I made 2! For my first card, I stamped the mice from the Mice On Ice stamp set in River Rock Ink. This is a new ink from Lawn Fawn that stamps gray and is copic friendly. I colored the mice with my gray copic markers which almost give it a no-line coloring look.
The colors I used are C6, C4 and C2 for the mice, R20 and R21 for the ears, R01 for the bellies, and BG49 and BG34 for the scarves.
I used the same copic marker color combination for my second card but the images are stamped in Jet Black ink.
For my no-line card, I ink blended a piece of white card stock with Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide. Then I squished down some Pine Needles Distress Oxide ink onto my Waffle Flower Media Mat, added a few drops of water and flicked the mixture onto my background.
I stamped the word Joyful onto Rain Forest card stock with clear ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. Then die cut out using my Gemini Jr.
For this card, I ink blended Festive Berries around the edges, leaving the middle white. I flicked on a mixture of water and Barn Door Distress Oxide ink to add a little interest to the card.
The word Joyful for this card is stamped onto Chili Pepper card stock with clear ink and heat embossed in white embossing powder.
For both cards, I heat embossed a few other sentiments from the Mice on ice stamp set onto Black Licorice card stock and trimmed into thin strips.
I arranged my sentiment and images onto my card fronts using a variety of foam squares and liquid glue.
I love how it looks like my mice are skating the sentiment onto the card. These are so easy and so fun for a Christmas card!
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