Gerda Steiner Designs Owl Wish you a Merry Christmas-Spectrum Noir




Aloha Guys!
Today I’m sharing this card I made using Gerda Steiner Designs Owl wish you a Merry Christmas digital stamp. This owl is super cute with his Big Owl Eyes!! Btw, you would of gotten this image for FREE if you participated in her last months challenge. She does this progressive challenges that if you participate in her monthly challenge, she’ll send you an image for FREE for the next months challenge. That’s Awesome and Super generous of her, so go ahead and check out her site and participate in her challenges. Ok back to this card, I colored the owl using my New Spectrum Noir colored pencils and I really love how it blends so well together. I added some additional ornaments from the Lawn Fawn’s Joyful greetings stamp set and I also used the sentiment from that set as well. I embossed the sentiment using Rangers liquid platinum embossing powder. I also used the Winnie&Walter stamp set that I just got and embossed the little diamond shapes using one of my glittered embossing powder which I don’t know what company it’s from.  I distressed the whole panel that the owl is one with Tim holtz peacock feathers distress ink so the diamond shaped background that I created for the owl will show up.  I cut this panel using the Mama Elephant’s Femm frame die so it has sticking all around the rectangle.  after coloring all the images, I attached it to a patterned paper which is just a traditional Christmas colors and attached the entire panels to the very vanilla frame I cut using the Lawn Fawn’s Stiched rectangle die.  Pretty simple card, I really wanted this cute owl to be the focus of this card.  I added some sequins to finish up the card!  Thank you so much for visiting and I have a Full tutorial on how I made this card on my youtube channel.  Thank you so much and go ahead and check out Gerda’s other images in the link below!  Much Mahalo.

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