Joy to All my crafty friends! Marj here and I’m back for another project to share with you. Are you excited about the coming Holidays? Any plans to go to or will just celebrate simply at home?

Whatever you do, just stay safe and get crafty when you can.

Today’s project is simply made using the Christmas Joy Digital Stamp set. That comes with images and sentiments that are simply the best part.

Joy to all with ink blended colors

Let’s get started:

First, I made a slimline white cardstock then used Fireworks stencil and used different colors of Hybrid Inks to set my background. Then, I printed onto white cardstock my main image from the Christmas Joy Digital Stamp Set which is the Christmas Tree.

Ink blended image joy to all with some bling

Next, I started applying Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide to the bottom using a light hand. After that, I combined  Chipped Sapphire and Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide to make a darker color. Lastly, I added the Chipped Sapphire to the top and blend it towards the middle to make sure no streaks in between. Set it aside and let it dry before spraying the combination of water and White Perfect Pearl.

Joy to all Christmas tree blended colors


This is my go to spray to achieve my shimmer and shine to any project. It is super convenient as it is very minimal product and you have a very beautiful project to come up.

Once dry, I added some double sided adhesive foam tape and attach it to the front of the card. Then, to make it more colorful and to have some pop, I added some adhesive bling to the Christmas Tree that serves like it a Christmas Lights. Then, punch pieces of star/snowflakes from glitter paper and add them to the top of the tree.

For the sentiment which comes from the same stamp set, I fussy cut it and matt it to blue cardstock for some dimension. Added few double sided adhesive foam tape and attach it to the bottom of the tree.

I hope you find it inspirational and you learn a thing or two.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you again here next time.

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Stay crafty,