Christmas, Handmade Cards, Rachelle Anne Miller DT

RAM October 2021 Release Preview

Today I have a sneak peek to share of a soon to be released digi stamp from Rachelle Anne Miller. The Little Elf image is part of the October digi release arriving on Thursday 14 October.

I printed the image at 65% and coloured with copic markers.

I cut the panel down to a mini slimline size. To give the look of a snow bank, I die cut the top with a Hello Bluebird Hill & Dale die.

I foiled a Spellbinders sentiment in Red foil underneath the Little Elf image.

For a snowy sky, I foiled the Spellbinders Twinkle Lights glimmer plate on a separate panel. I blended distress oxide inks over the top.

I then layered the two pieces together on top of a larger red card panel, before adhering to my mini slimline card base.

About this card

  • Card base: Mini Slimline, 3.5 x 6 inches
  • Digi stamp: Little Elf – printed at 65%
  • Distress oxide inks: tumbled glass, blueprint sketch
  • Glimmer Hot Foil: Speckled Prism, Red

Copic marker colours

  • Elf: skin E000, E00, E11, R20, R30
  • Clothes & present: greens G40, G43, G46; reds R20, R22, R24
  • Mouse: W0, W1, W3, R20
  • Shadows: N0, N1

Don’t forget to check out the new release from RAM on Thursday 14 October. 


Supplies


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Platinum 6 Die Cutting Machine
Platinum 6 Die Cutting Machine
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Speckled Prism Glimmer Foil
Speckled Prism Glimmer Foil
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Mini Christmas Sentiment Strips glimmer set
Mini Christmas Sentiment Strips glimmer set
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Glimmer Hot Foil Machine
Glimmer Hot Foil Machine
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Hill and Dale
Hill and Dale
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HB
Little Elf
Little Elf
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RAM
Red foil
Red foil
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Disclaimer: RAM digital stamp kindly provided to me as part of my design team work. All opinions expressed are my own.

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