Close Up of Holly Berry Image

Fab Friday 97

Image of Stampin UP Holly Berry Happiness

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Fab Friday Challenge 97 image

A Vintage Feel

These happy Holly Berries have a vintage feel to them.  A color palette with a vintage feel seemed appropriate. They are featured in Fab Friday’s blog challenge for this week.   A few of the new products in the Holiday Catalog from Stampin’ UP are also featured on this card.  Here is the link to Fab Friday Challenge #97.

New Technique 

This muted image of the holly is actually a new technique to me but has been around on YouTube for awhile.  It is the dryer sheet technique.  After stamping your image, cover the image with glue from a glue stick and smooth out a used dryer sheet over the entire piece.  Then cover the image in dazzling diamonds glitter, shaking off the excess.  Set it aside to dry completely.  Then cut it out with a framelit on your Big Shot.

Background

The background paper is from the Candy Cane Lane DSP pack. It also has an embossed background done in Real Red using the Holly Textured Impressions Embossing folder. I hope you enjoyed today’s project.  Thanks for visiting my blog and you can click any item in the supply list to go to my online store!

Supply List

*One Used dryer sheet is also needed

Price: $110.00

4 thoughts on “Fab Friday 97”

  1. I like the change of the circle in the sketch to the oval…fits that holly belly branch perfectly. And I’ve never done that technique either…better get some dryer sheets. Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

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  2. You know – I have never tried the dryer sheet technique – I can see now I need to! I love the vintage cast it gives your warm holiday oval – brava! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

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