Dasher goes gold

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If you’ve stamped with me, you know I love Stampin’ Up!’s Iridescent Ice embossing powder.  With just the right amount of glitter, it is perfect to accent an image stamped in Encore Gold metallic ink.  That’s what we did on this card the other night at Mary Lou’s workshop.  The metallic ink dries faster than craft, but stays wet enough to emboss.  We used that same technique on this card in September.

This is also the first card we’ve done in a workshop or camp that uses the spray created with a few ounces of rubbing alcohol and a few drops (blobs) of the beautiful Shimmer Paint featured in the Holiday Mini.  (Please, please, please, don’t discontinue this product!  This world needs all the bling we can give it!)  It’s subtle, almost adding a feeling of depth to the solid card stock.  I’m just sorry I can’t capture that in a photo.

Oh, and if I can persuade Mary Lou to share the recipe for her fabulous Ho Ho Cake, I’ll post it here!

Stamp:  Dasher (p. 208)

Ink:  Encore Gold

Paper:  Soft Suede, Specialty Designer Series Paper (Christmas Cocoa; Holiday Mini p. 21), Brushed Gold (p. 159), Whisper White

Other:  Shimmer Paint (Champagne Mist, Holiday Mini p. 27), Big Shot, Oval Scallop and Ovals dies, Stampin’ Up! Backgrounds I Texturz Plate (Flourish),  Heat Tool and Stampin’ Emboss Powder (Iridescent Ice), Elastic Cord (Gold; Holiday Mini P. 27), Taffeta Ribbon (Whisper White), Stampin’ Dimensionals

 

 

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