Look at me - I am a Plain Jane - I have nothing pizzazy going for me - I know Barb could do lots more with me and these papers.
So Barb - did a few fun things for me. She colored me with her Copics. Barb is not a wonderful coloring person but she knows enough to add color to the images. For this SKIP - she broke out her bottle of Glossy Accents. My hat band, bird, earmuffs and the stripes on the scarf now have added dimension. She liked it so well - she did it on all the cards. Luckily she had enough coffee in her so that she could see when she did this. Did you notice how I am not surrounded by white? She got out her chalks and a cotton ball and rubbed chalk around me. I like being surrounded by color. The background card stock is embossed with a Cuddlebug embossing folder. She added a winter sentiment (now I am not just for Christmas but a card that can be used for all the cold months). She added a snowflake brad and some bling. I am pop dotted for extra dimension.
On this card - everything is almost the same - except Barb broke out the paint and put it inside the embossing folder. The paint has some sheen to it - so I am shiny and silvery.
OK - I am suppose to be at the bottom but I am so beautiful I did not want to be last. On this card she embossed me with white embossing powder and a snowflake background stamp. She inked the edges of the embossed card stock. I was matted with white so my background pops.
OK - I am last but not the least - that is the number 1 card - he is such a loser. On this card Barb embossed me with the Cuddlebug folder and then she rubbed me (how lovely that felt) with VersaMark and then she sprinkled me with clear embossing powder and warmed me to the core. I shine so beautifully but I am clear.
Do you think these cards make me look fat?
I think I just look really pizzazzy.
Snowflake kisses to all of you.
Wasn't this fun looking at all the different way to do Pizzaz. Please revisit Stars and Stamps and leave a comment telling how you are going to add Pizzaz to your cards.