Monday, September 26, 2011

Vintage St Nick Ornament

Vintage St Nick


Technique:  Stamping

Stamps:
Bo Bunny St Nick Santa Dear

Pens, Inks etc
Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Versacolor Black Ink
Versacolor Metallic Gold Ink

Papers:
Kaisercraft Timeless Sheet Music paper
sheet music from a hymn book
corrugated card

Other stuff:
Scor-pal
adhesives
glitter
Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities

I adore this Bo Bunny stamp, it's an old release (2009) and I found it by rummaging through a neglected box of stamps at a local scrap book store.  I've stamped St Nick using black ink directly onto a hymn sheet and used black embossing ink to bring him to life.  I finally managed to find someone in Australia who had the circle nestabilities dies (yay!) and have used these to create the the circles for both Santa, the corrugated card and the backing circle.

The rosette is made from two 1.5" strips cut from the Kaisercraft Timeless Sheet Music paper, scored at half inch increments and then joined together.  The edges of just about everything have been inked with Vintage Photo distress ink.  The corrugated card is inked with just a smidge of gold ink and then has a rim of gold glitter applied.  Finally a small piece of gold cord is adhered to the back so it can be hung on the tree.

Linkies:
Make it Monday:  Always Anything Goes

6 comments:

  1. what a great rozet morgan, beautiful made.

    greetings karin

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  2. What a terrific ornament...wonderful image. Saw you on Make it Monday.

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  3. Truly elegant and festive ornament. Nicely done!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Make It Monday.
    Lisa xx

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  4. Saw your card on MIM - Love the ornament you have made and a great image.
    Avril

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  5. Gorgeous christmas ornament ...

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