Now that the coffee hop is over, we go on to the order of the day.
It is Spring, Easter is soon and also Passover. As the last is
the first on the calendar, I share with you this Passover card.
Michael Strong's cloisonne Nanogon stamp
Zum Gali Gali Seder Table seal
Stampin'Up! star of david and sentiment
I started with nmaking the background.
First I stamped little david stars and embossed them
with clear embossing poder (this works as a resist).
Next I colored the paper with cracked pichtachio
oxide distress ink and sprayed it with little drops of water.
Then I stamped the sentiment (old SU! set 2003)
in all corners of the paper and finished the background
with some drops of broken chine oxide distress ink.
The center piece is build in layers of yellow paper,
stamped image, yellow scallop paper and stamped image.
The center piece is embossed with coper embossing ink.
After everything is flued together I added a few
see through plastic drops on the nanogon stamp,
which is colored with fossilized amber distress ink.
The green is colored with a dristress marker.
If you want some more Passover ideas,
(want to know what Passover is all about?
Read it HERE) maybe you want to see go to
my other blog, where I played in a blog hop with a
bunch of Jewish Stampin'Up! demo's.
You find the post HERE.
Thank you for looking
and have a creative day!