Cardinal Christmas Quick and Easy

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Today’s post was?a card done in my last Stamp A Stack class.? It is a very quick and easy Christmas card that you could make lots of in no time.? I would say the most time consuming task is coloring in the Cardinal.? Using the Double-sided Designer Series papers make cards like this quick and easy and still so pretty.

Cardinal Christmas

Recipe:
CS:? Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Basic black, Real Red, Merry Moments Designer Series Paper
SS:? A Cardinal Christmas
Ink:? Black Stazon, Real Red, Old Olive, More Mustard, Close To Cocoa Markers
Accessories:? None

Here is a question I get asked every time we use the Stazon ink in my classes:

Why do you use Stazon sometimes but not always??

I will use? Stazon when I am going to be coloring in an image with markers, because the?Stazon ink?will not bleed into the marker colors when you are coloring in your image.? This is also why I use it when I am watercoloring; it will not bleed or smear when wet.

Have a Great Day!
Glenda

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