Twisted Pyramid Card

The other day Lynn Pratt posted a twisted pyramid card on her blog along with a link to the template she made for it. Thanks so much, Lynn! I have been featuring my favorite product from the Holiday Mini which is the Deck the Halls Designer paper. The other day I realized that the Christmas Collage background stamp is the stamp version of one of the designs in the set of designer paper. I inked this stamp with Cherry Cobbler and spritzed it with Vanilla Shimmer Spritz before stamping the image on River Rock cardstock. This resulted in the wonderful shimmer. I combined that image with the Twisted Pyramid technique to make this card. I edged the layers with a Krylon Gold Leafing pen. Of course my hands shake just when I want perfectly straight lines so I apologize for the uneveness of the gold borders. I still love this card and think it is stunning. I wouldn't want to have to mass produce it though. So it won't be the card we mail out to everyone this year. Thanks for visiting today. The coffee pot is always on and I'd love to share a few minutes with you each day. You don't have to come here each day, my blog posts will come to your inbox instead if you subscribe on the sidebar to this blog's feed.

Happy Holiday Stamping,

Sue

Christmas Collage Twisted Pyramid Stamp: Christmas Collage (121279)

Ink: Cherry Cobbler Classic Stamp pad (119669)

Card Stock: Cherry Cobbler (119685), River Rock (108640)

Other: Krylon Gold Leafing pen, Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz (118772), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Always Artichoke 1/2" Seam Binding (121000)

2 thoughts on “Twisted Pyramid Card

  1. Susan Erickson

    Oh, yes! That’s right! It adds character…I meant to do that…LOL! In stamping, we learn to say, “I meant it to be that way. It adds character!” Thanks for posting a comment and resetting my perspective. I really do appreciate you taking time to visit my blog and leaving a comment.
    Sue

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