Christmas Series

Mistletoe Messages

Hey There! Nicole here, with more Christmas goodness! This time, my episode features another newer set, Concord & 9th’s Mistletoe Messages. Most of these cards were shared in the last post from my Christmas series. But, I do have a couple of new cards.

Background: Atlantis Burst Nuvo Shimmer Powder on Distress watercolor cardstock.

Sentiment: Stamp from Mistletoe Messages on Neenah, using Altenew Aqualicious ink, die cut using a die from C&9th All Seasons. The larger piece is Gina K Design Sea Glass, stamped with the woodgrain from C&9th Joyful Noel using Aqualicious.

Embellishements: Mistletoe die cut from Lawn Fawn Pearlescent Vellum. The gems are Lucy’s Cards Sparkling Bridal.

Card base: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110 lbs cardstock.

Background: Atlantis Burst Nuvo Shimmer Powder on Distress watercolor cardstock.

Sentiment: Message from Christmas Cheer Turnabout, stamped with Versamark and embossed with Hero Arts Gold embossing powder. The small circle from Simon Says Stamps Stitched Circles, the larger circle from C&9th Hooray Ribbons dies (retired, still available in C&9th site at writing), from MFT Brushed Gold cardstock.

Embellishments: Mistletoe from C&9th Neutrals and Summer Glitter packs, and MFT Holly Jolly glitter pack.

Card base: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110 lbs cardstock.

Background: Woodgrain square from Joyful Noel, stamped with Altenew Mocha ink, then Sand Dune ink was blended over it.

Sentiment: From Mistletoe Messages, stamped on MFT Wild Cherry cardstock with Versamark ink, embossed in Wow Opaque White.

Embellishment: Mistletoe cut from Gina K Design’s Christmas Pine, Applemint and C&9th Pearl glitter cardstock. The berries and bow are MFT Holly Jolly.

Card base: Gina K Design Kraft.

Background: C&9th Petals and Pallet, stamped with Altenew Sand Dune.

Sentiment: Mistletoe Messages, stamped in Versamark ink, embossed with Wow Opaque white on Kraft cardstock. Vintage Photo Distress Oxide ink was blended around the edges, and a white shadow added.

Embellishments: Mistletoe cut from C&9th Foil, Lawn Fawn Pearlescent Vellum and Gina K Design Applemint. Berries and ribbons from C&9th Foil.

Card base: Neenah 110 lbs.

Background: Leaves 4 times using the following Distress Oxide inks: Lucky CloverMowed Lawn, Cracked Pistachio, and Pine Needles. Berries 4 times with Candied Apple Distress Oxide ink, on Gina K Design Kraft cardtock.

Sentiment: C&9th Merry die from MFT glitter cardstock & MFT Wild Cherry, layered for dimension. C&9th Ribbon and Banner die from Kraft and MFT Wild Cherry cardstock. Christmas was embossed using Ranger Red embossing powder. Blended Vintage Photo Distress Oxide ink around the kraft banner. 

Embellishments: Mistletoe Messages dies, cut from Pearlescent Vellum, C&9th Holiday Foil, and Gina K Design Applemint cardstock. Berries from MFT glitter cardstock.

Card base: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110 lbs cardstock.

Background: Stamped both the berries and leaves 4 times with Unicorn Pigment ink, Then repeated the colors above for the leaves and berries. 

Sentiment: C&9th Jolly Dies cut from Tranquil Teal, Pearl glitter and  C&9th Holiday Foil cardstock.

Embellishments: Tranquil Teal, Pearl Glitter and vellum.

Card base: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110 lbs cardstock.

Background: Leaves 4 times with Altenew Almond Butter on Kraft cardstock.

Embellishments: C&9th Ornamentals Dies from Neenah, with Golden Glitz Delicata ink around the edge. Ornament topper and bow from Brushed Foil cardstock. Mistletoe from Tranquil Teal (with tips gold heat embossed), vellum and Brushed Foil cardstock. 

Sentiment: Mistletoe Messages on Kraft, heat embossed with Hero Arts Gold powder.

Card base: the kraft that was stamped on.

Sorry for the repeats, I was working on these while I was sick, and couldn’t think of more ideas. And, of course most of the good ideas also used the Holly Berry Turnabout stamp. I’m planning a post using C&9th Ornamental set in the next few weeks. Although, I feel like I’m running out of time, if I want these post to be useful to you.

Thanks for stopping by!

Nicole

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