Welcome to the 10th week of JustRite Stampers’ Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops! Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving we have been showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps! Don’t forget that JustRite has some Christmas stamps in their newly released CLING line of stamp sets, too — you can find them HERE.
For the month of November we thought we would also throw in some holiday gift ideas for any of your JustRite stamps so be watching for those, too, on November’s hops! And in celebration of JustRite’s 10th week of Christmas Blog Hops, they have a huge surprise for you — through November 29 take 25% off all JustRite Original Christmas stamp sets, with free shipping within the U.S. on orders over $50 — Don’t forget to tell Santa!
For today’s blog hop I created a circular tag with JustRiteStampers Vintage Christmas set. I stamped the darling snowman in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on X-Press It Blending Card and colored it with Copic Markers (snowman: B0000, B000 Hat, nose and buttons: N3, N5, N7, N9, Cheeks: E000, E00, Scarf: BG93, BG96, BG99). The image was cut and embossed with Classic Circle Nestabilities, airbrushed with Copic Marker E40 and layered on a piece of Early Espresso Cardstock cut and embossed with Eyelet Circle Nestabilities. Glossy Accents was added over the snow on the snowman’s hat and snowflake. Fine Glitter was sprinkled over it.
The sentiment is from JustRite Stampers Christmas Nested Sentiments. It was stamped on a strip of X-Press It blending card. The cardstock was bend in shape of a waving banner and attached to the main image by adhering it to a Tim Holtz Philosophy Tag with Glossy Accents.
The box base is a 8 ¼” square of Early Espresso cardstock. It was scored at 2 ¾” and 5 ½” on each side. The corner square were scored diagonally and folded in. The folded corners were layered with white cardstock triangles that were cut by cutting a 2 3/8” square in half. That square had been topped with a triangle cut out of a 2 1/8” square of Echo Park Wintertime. The layers were stitched together before they were adhered to the box with Scor-Tape. For the full squares, 2 ¼” pieces of Echo Park Winterland patterned paper were stitched to a 2 ½” square of white cardstock.
Organdy Ribbon was threaded through silver eyelets, was tied into a bow and topped with a navy button.
Here is a video for the visual learner:
Please visit these designers’ blogs to see what fabulous JustRite Christmas inspiration they have for you on the hop today!
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