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Vintage Christmas Card


Vintage Christmas Card

Yield: 1- Cards 6x4 inches
Time:  I made 20 over an afternoon
Wet Ingredients:
Ink – Alcohol Sunshine Yellow; Archival Black Soot; Distress Old Paper, Walnut Stain
Other – Archival Ink Stamp Cleaner; Blending Solution; Collage Medium (matte); Mixative (gold)
Reinkers – Distress Festive Berries, Iced Spruce, Pine Needles, Walnut Stan; StazOn Metallic Gold
Spray Stain – Distress Old Paper
Dry Ingredients:
Card Stock – Alcohol Ink (silver sparkle), Blackout Kraft Stock, Water Colour Card stock (cut 3.5 x 5.5”)
Hardware – Tiny Bells
Other – DIY Ink Pad
Ribbon – Metallic Gold Cord
Tools/Equipment:
Other – Media Mat, Sanding Grip, Sewing Machine, Stamp Platform, Water Colour Brush
Stamps – Christmastime 2, Yuletide Gatherings
Stencils – Grime

this is a re-creation of the card shown on the Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Facebook Live. (Looking back at the original pictures, I'm pretty sure the water colour paper on the original card started at 3.5 X 5") 

  

  

  
here is where i stopped taking the production looking photos 
  

  

  

  


  

  

 first stamping
  second stamping
  third stamping
  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 
tutorial card


original card

...we remember them


…we remember them

Yield:  1 - #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Black Soot; Distress Walnut Stain
  • Other – Collage Medium (matte), Crackle Paste, Distress Re-inker Old Paper, Mixative Silver
  • Markers – Copic Black, Gel Pen White
  • Paint – Distress Black Soot, Picket Fence
  • Spray Stain – Distress Barn Door, Old Paper
Dry Ingredients:
  • # 8 Etcetera Tag
  • Cardstock – Kraft Stock, Water Colour Card Stock
  • Other – Bouquet
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon
Tools/Equipment:
  • Dies – Alphanumeric Label
  • Other - Media Mat, Sanding Grip, Steel Wool
  • Stamps – Pressed Foliage
  • Stencil – Shifter Plus, Stitched 
  

  

     

   

    

  

  

  

  

  


A Litany of Remembrance
Poem by Rabbi Sylvan Kamens and Rabbi Jack Riemer

In the rising of the sun and in its going down,
we remember them.
In the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter,
we remember them.
In the opening of buds and in the rebirth of spring,
we remember them.
In the blueness of the sky and in the warmth of summer,
we remember them.
In the rustling of leaves and in the beauty of autumn,
we remember them.
In the beginning of the year and when it ends,
we remember them.
When we are weary and in need of strength,
we remember them.
When we are lost and sick at heart,
we remember them.
When we have joys we yearn to share,
we remember them.
So long as we live, they too shall live, for they are now a part of us,
as we remember them.