While I really liked how my card turned out, it was a tough slog to get it there.
I started by stamping and heat embossing my moose and sentiment. When I turned on my heat tool... crickets. No grand puff of smoke, no fiery explosion, just... nothing. Naturally, the embossing powder had already been sprinkled, so I reverted to my early years of stamping and heated it over a toaster.
Did I mention I had debossed a square in a white panel and stamped the moose, with the sentiment below? All well and good... till I mysteriously nicked my finger and smudged the glorious whiteness. Time for a new plan. I still chose to once again follow The Crooked Stamper Sketch Challenge:
What's that you say? I forgot the panel down the side? Take a closer look:
Believe it or not, it is there in the form of five scored lines that show up better (but yes, still subtly) in real life.
I think I am done with moose for a while; they haven't exactly made for easy cards!
Supplies: Spectrum Noir cardstock, Basic Grey Evergreen & Echo Park Winter Wishes patterned paper, Stampin' Up Visions of Santa stamps, Versafine onyx black ink, Zing clear embossing powder, Spectrum Noir markers, Simon Says Stamp postage stamp edge die, Stampin' Up ticket corner punch, Frosted Lace Stickles, Glossy Accents, pop-dot tape
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