Lattice Ornaments Christmas Bells

Hello, my friends!!  My card share today features the Spellbinders Lattice Ornaments Christmas Bells dies.  I made this card to honor this week’s Featured Stamper on Splitcoaststampers, the lovely Jan (i.e., Precious Kitty).  It is a pleasure to be inspired by and case one of Jan’s cards!   She is a wonderful person who creates beautiful artwork and leaves the nicest comments on my work posted on Splitcoaststampers. Jan’s “Ornament and Plaid” card is the card I selected to case.  This is my card:


I love the Christmas ornament and plaid paper on Jan’s card.  Therefore, I created a card with two ornaments and a plaid panel.  However, my ornaments are bells and except for the white and red, the colors I used are different.  Also my card features the “Inked Inlay” technique.


The following provides a closeup of the inked inlay technique used.  I first colored with Copics a piece of card stock in various colors.  I simply colored with back and forth strokes of each color.  Then I die cut the bell from this paper and a piece of white card stock.  I added a strong adhesive behind the die cut on the white card stock, and laid the colored die cut bell over the white, matching the exact image.  Then I pushed the colored pieces through the white card stock to create the inlay.


I used the same colored piece of card stock to die cut the Merry Christmas sentiment to place at an angle on the embossed, white card stock.


I hope you enjoy the look of the card featuring the inlay technique.

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid, SU Real Red

Ink: Various Copic Markers

Accessories:  Spellbinders Lattice Ornaments Dies, Impression Obsession Merry Christmas Die, Essentials by Ellen Stitches Plate, Shimmer Mist, Martha Stewart Glitter Acrylic Craft Paint, SU Curvy Corner Punch

Techniques: Inked Inlay


God’s Blessings!

Stamping With Guneaux Designs By Beverly Polen

Firm Reliance on Divine Providence! 

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”  Romans 15:13