Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Kaszazz Christmas owl card

I'm involved in a Global Card swap group and we had to make a Christmas card to send to our partner. Lucky it was only one card! I have got so much use out of one particular Christmas Stamp from Kaszazz and that is the Christmas Hat. It is sensational, because you can turn any ordinary stamp into a Christmas one! Great value for money. I think I'll make up some more examples so you can see the versatility of it. All stamps used were Kaszazz. I stamped the poinsettia flower twice on scrapbook paper of corresponding colours. This just gave them a little bit more texture. It's quite fun stamping onto scrapbook paper. I then used coloured pencils to bring some depth into the stamps. I layered the petals on top. In the centre, I used gold smooch to bring some sparkle. Oliver owl is coloured in using a combo of Tria markers and coloured pencils. He also has some smooch highlights. The base of the card is white, with red essentials  card stock (I think!) . I used the cuttlebug to make a leafy design on the background, and I used nestabilities dies to cut out the background as well as the inside of the card. For the white parts on the hat, I used glossy accents and sprinkled with fairy dust. 
This was such fun to make, but I would only make a few I think! I'm going to see if I can turn some other stamps into Christmas ones, using the Santa hat!
Bye for now.
Deb x

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