Stampendous Blog Hop Day 5

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Welcome back to the final day of the Stampendous/Chameleon Blog hop, we hope you have been inspired to get creative with all the amazing projects from both design teams.  Today Isha shares a little Christmas cheer, with this jolly Santa card.

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By Isha Gupta

Materials used:
Chameleon Color Tones Pens Deluxe Set; Crimson Red (RD4), Bark (BR5), Olive Green (OL3), Sky Blue (BL3), Bubble Gum (PK3), Purple Grape (PR4), Cool Gray (CG8), Deep Black (BK4), Fawn (NU3), Bisque (NU1), Spring Meadow (YG3), Royal Blue (BL6), Seville Orange (OR4), Grass Green (GR3), Colorless Blender; Stampendous Jumbo Cling Dear Santa; Imagine Crafts/ Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Neon Amplify White; The Perfect Airbrush; Dreamweaver Design Beam Stencil (LX7028); White Embossing Paste, : Stampendous Scarlet Embossing Enamel, : White, Black (Neenah) Cardstock.

Instructions:

1) Stamp image using Memento black ink onto Neenah cardstock.
2) Start coloring the image using the brush nib. Color the face first, keeping the infusion time to 3-5 sec.
Color Santa’s coat using Crimson and keeping the infusion time of 3-20 seconds depending on the area.
Color in the belt and shoes using Gray marker, keeping the infusion time of 5-10 seconds.
Color in the gifts using the bush nib and keep the infusion time of Orange, Green and Blue for 5 seconds and Purple for 15 seconds.Color the belt buckle using black and keep the infusion time of 4 seconds.
Cut the image.

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3) Apply Amplify to the fur area and use heat tool to achieve the puffy look.
4) Using the Perfect Airbrush spray inks onto the cardbase using Sky Blue, Bubble Gum and Spring Meadow.

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5) Apply embossing paste using the stencil.

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6) Remove stencil and sprinkle some Embossing Enamel, use heat tool to melt the powder.

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7) Cut a strip of black cardstock and just add some embossing enamel and heat from the back till it melts.
Adhere a strip of vellum to the cardbase. Adhere the black strip using 3D foam. Adhere Santa image using 3D foam.

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We just love how the highlights give Santa that rounded look!

Now for your last chance to play with these pens? We have a great prize draw where you can win a 5 pack of Chameleon Pens of your choice and some Stampendous goodies. To enter just leave a comment at the end of this blog post and sign up for our newsletter HERE, the draw will remain open until Midnight GMT on the 20th July and the winner will be announced on the blog.

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45 Comments on “Stampendous Blog Hop Day 5”

  1. barb macaskill

    What a fantabulous card!! Love how Isha has used so many awesome techniques to create this amazing card! I think that if I received a card like this I would have to frame it and keep it out for a long time!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!! TFS!
    Barb in VT

  2. c

    The Santa and gifts image is charming, and the colouring…oh my! Impressive! What a fun, festive, fabulous card!
    ~c (Canada)

  3. Beverly Jordan

    Wow! So many wonderful things about this festive Christmas card!!!! Love the perfect shading with your new Chameleon pens!!! Watching the video really makes it look so easy!! Would love to get a set and try it myself! Terrific embossed background and loved ALL your beautiful details!

  4. Jo

    Chameleon pens are so amazingly versatile! I love how Santa’s really come to life! Is the contest open to Canadians?

  5. christi

    great hop. loved seeing all of the different co’s wrking together to bring us wonderful projects and ideas. thanks for host this and proving products for the designer. awesome card isha!

  6. deborah j.t.m.

    Thanks so much for the tutorials… Hello from TN…It’s so thrilling to see stencils and paste make a comeback, yeah, comeback!!! I’ve been crafting a number of years and remember using tons of stencils when I first started making my own greeting cards.
    Now tho, we have so many more wonderful products to help us make beautiful keepsakes for our friends and family… love the colors used on Santa and the presents, they really pop… and can’t wait to hopefully add Chameleon pens to my ever growing paper crafting products collection.

  7. Sharon Brand

    Fabulous card, LOVE all the details including the “white fur trim”. LOVE the pens too.
    From Ontario, Canada

  8. Mendi Yoshikawa

    Such an awesome card! Love how Santa’s suit turned out with the pens and the puffy medium for his fur trim. 🙂

  9. Katie B.

    This background is amazing! And love how you colored and cut out this santa! Will have to try this background idea. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  10. Mary Holshouser

    the embossing enamel gave a rich multi-colored look to the paste.
    Santa is colored so nicely. this is one of the iconic looks for him.
    thanks for sharing a wonderful card.
    Won’t be long and I’ll be making Christmas cards too.
    Illinois

  11. Liz O.

    Wonderful card! love the coloring and the texture! Thanks for sharing Isha!
    I am already an newsletter subscriber, thanks for all you do and share!
    have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. TracyM #6773

    ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS card Isha!!!
    WOW – your background is STUNNING and I LOVE your SWEET Santa scene, your shading adds great dimension and the texture on his suit trim is the perfect finishing touch!!!

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