Happy World Cardmaking Day! How are you going to celebrate? I actually did a pre-party yesterday and crafted all day…in my jammies. YES! Here’s one of my projects, I was channeling my inner Julie Ebersole.
I may have purchased the Ellen Hutson – Essentials by Ellen – September Release and finally got to play with some of the new goodies!
The Alpine Window by Julie Ebersole is FANTASTIC. So fun and lots of options. Check out this YouTube that explains some different ways to use this set. I decided to design a spherical scene with dimension.
I cut each layer out with Neenah Solar White 110. They’ve been colored with copics and then covered with Hero Arts Sparkle embossing powder. Oh that stuff is AWESOME. I like to think that the little house now looks like a gingerbread house 🙂
I backed the scenery with a layer of Hero Arts Decorative Woodgrain Vellum. Isn’t the Essentials By Ellen Oyster Gray 100 lb lovely?
I topped my tag off with the Oyster Gray cardstock and did a bit of embossing on the bottom with the Sparkle powder. The sentiment is from the new Mountain Holiday by Julie Ebersole stamp set.
My card was inspired by the September Essentials Challenge:
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4 thoughts on “Have a Cool Yule | Essentials by Ellen Challenge + SALE!”
Happy World Cardmaking Day!!! I won't be able to stay in my pajamas but my clothing may resemble pajamas…lol! We've got the air conditioning guy coming over this morning so I need to look comfy but respectable…lol! I LOVE this card… SO pretty… and the design… the layers… that subtle woodgrain and the pretty sparkly bits… gorgeous! Oh… and I guess I need Hero Arts sparkling embossing powder too…
I love love love this! LOVING those little trees!!!!!!!!!
So lovely Amy – I like the snow hills – we have SNOW – sometimes too much – loved it when I was a kid – do not care for COLD COLD weather unless inside with my Mocha and a fire in the fireplace – just saying -happy week!
its lovely card.
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