Wednesday, November 23, 2022

We Three Kings

  My friend Autumn inspired me to buy the We Three Kings stamp set and create this trio of Christmas cards. I cased the card she created, but changed up the way I did the sentiment. Click here to view her card.

 I started by ink smooshing two shades of distress ink around the border of a mixed media piece of paper. I did the darker one first and the added some lighter tones over top. I used saran wrap dipped in antique linen distress ink to add the bright spot in the center. Next, I added metallic paint splatters before stamping the wise men in black ink. I used one of the silhouette stamps from Scene Silhouettes: Jesus is Born to finish off the the end since it doesn't go all the way across the card.

For the bottom of the card, I stamped one of the plaid stamps from Texture Tiles 4 in coordinating colors on mixed media paper and inked around the edges. After adhering it to my card panel, I added a strip of crochet lace and some burlap string. I finished the card off with a sentiment from Endless Love.

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Zw@@n said...

Beautiful card! The blue is a pretty colours and I love the Three Kings stamp. Thank you for joining us at As You Like It. xx Wilma

Karen Letchworth said...

Another great card trio, Esther. Love the backgrounds. I often forget to use my SNSS gingham background. It's so sweet and makes a great background. Thanks for sharing your talents with us at Word Art Wednesday. It always makes me happy and I enjoy visiting.
God bless you today and always,
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Conniecrafter said...

Oh my they are just lovely, I like them in all the colors equally, I like your glow in the middle, very creative way to do that, love the splattering too! I like the country feel you gave to them with the crochet and twine!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Joan said...

These are beautiful, lovely backgrounds and I love all the colour ways

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