Monday, October 30, 2017

Simple Layered Christmas Card

Hello! Today I am sharing card I created using the Brutus Monroe November Stamp Of The Month. If you haven't already joined the Brutus Monroe stamp of the month club, you seriously should check it out. Each month you get a new stamp plus 10% off on all your other Brutus Monroe store purchases. Now that's a deal!!

This months stamp of the month comes with lots of little ornaments and the main ornament image that says "Merry Christmas" on it.
I stamped the main stamp image with some Brutus Monroe Embossing Ink and embossed it with Brutus Monroe Embossing Powder in Gilded and then fussy cut it out to adhere to the center of my card.

I used the Brutus Monroe Aztech Stars Embossing Folder on the layers under the stamped image and matted them with some Rinea Glossy Gold Foiled Paper. Then adhered the layers with Therm O Web 3D Foam Squares to a Brutus Monroe 6x6 card base.

With the stamp club, you will receive:
  • A 2x3 stamp set for only $5 which includes your shipping and handling!
  • A monthly email with project inspiration and first dibs on the digital cut file for that stamp
  • A new stamp designed monthly and shipped directly to you before it is listed on the website
  • 10% off of your everyday regular priced purchases at BrutusMonroe - this discount will be applied automatically the next time you sign in, if you are not seeing the discount immediately after your purchase, please refresh your browser. 

For more info on how to join the Brutus Monroe Stamp Of The Month Club, click HERE.

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