This card combines lots of stamps and techniques in a new way to create a cozy Thanksgiving card.
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- Fireside Christmas clear stamp set
- Happy clear stamp set
- Bittersweet Berry peg stamp
- Branch peg stamp
- Autumn Elegance peg stamp set
- Itty-Bitty Pumpkin Patch peg stamp set
- Vesrafine Clair ink pads in fall colors
- A very pale tan or grey dye ink (use one lighter than I used such as Antique Linen so the lines will be hidden after you color)
- Markers (I used Arteza Everblend alcohol markers but watercolor markers will also work with the Verafine Clair inks)
- Ink blending brush
- Pencil and compass or something round to trace
- Small patterned stencil
- Ink blending brushes or sponges
- Double sided tape
- Embellishments (optional)
- Stamp positioner (optional) I used a stamp-a-ma-jig
- Stamp fireplace in a very light ink so you will know where to stamp your other elements.
- Stamp fire, pumpkins, garland and wreath over fireplace. *Use the compass and pencil to draw a circle for the wreath before stamping. Use fall colored inks for solid designs and brown for designs you have to color.
- Color and mask pumpkins.
- Stamp fireplace again with brown Versafine Clair ink over the image. Use a stamp positioner if you can’t line it up well by sight.
- Ink and stencil background if desired,
- Heat emboss “Happy Thanksgiving on a scrap of cardstock and mat with peach cardstock and assemble card as shown. Decorate with eyelets or other embellishments if desired.