I’ve had a few questions about how to use the ‘photo image’ style stamps from Penny Black and today I have a quick and easy idea! I decided to film as I created so you can watch the process.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
So happy to have finally made a start on my Christmas cards, although one card is not a real dent though!
Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencil – Warm Grey 50% Cardstock – American Crafts Shadow.
14 thoughts on “Video: Quick & Easy Monochromatic Christmas card!”
Happy world card making day!!
Lovely card! You are one of the card makers that inspire me . Thank you for sharing.
Such a beautiful card.
Really beautiful card. Inspired to try some monochromatic cards myself now.
omg! such a beautiful, beautiful card! I love the monochromatic look and this card is perfect for me to try. Thank you for being such an inspiration!
Fab card. First sight thought you had used pattern paper. What a gorgeous background you have created. Great start to your Christmas card making.
Really beautiful Christmas card, Therese! I’m a huge fan of gray, but never thought to use it on a holiday card…thanks!
This is beautiful, Therese!
Wow this is gorgeous and so elegant!
I love this. So simple, but really easy to do. It would look awesome in a variety of colours.
This is a really beautiful card Therese ! I love the monochromatic elegance of this card ! And thanks for the video, it’s always a pleasure to see you creating ! Thanks for sharing.
That large stamp is gorgeous, it makes an elegant backdrop for a card too 🙂
So classy xx
I want that stamp! I love this use for it, Therese, and I’ve pinned to remember for when I actually get it.
Like the monochrome, it make a lovely card.
Very beautiful monochromatic Christmas Card.