Welcome! How about another easy-to-mail Christmas card today? If you attended a Copic Airbrushing Workshop in 2014, you might remember using the Embossed Resist technique. In a nutshell, you start with a piece of highly embossed cardstock, then gently tap the embossed parts with Versamark ink. Next you heat emboss with clear embossing powder. After the embossed cardstock cools, airbrush with a Copic marker and Copic Airbrush System. When you are happy with the colors that you have used, dampen a cloth or paper towel with Copic Colorless Blender and gently wipe away ink from the embossed spots.
For this card, I used Spellbinders Rustic Wreath M-Bossabilities to emboss my cardstock, and then after heat embossing with clear embossing powder, I airbrushd with Copic G28 and YG25 before wiping the high spots with Colorless Blender. I used Christmas Red Stickles to create my holly berries. The tag is stamped with a JustRite stamp set (ack! I can't find the set I used now!), then cut and embossed with a Spellbinders Back To Basics Tags die template. This is a 5" x 7" card. Well, that's it for today's card--another easy-to-mail one for the stash! Have a great day,