I started by cutting 5 arches using the Tim Holtz die then I got some colour down on all of the pieces using Distress Inks.
I then used the Wendy Vecchi Script background stamp and with Leaf Green and Red Geranium Archival inks and stamped over all of the pieces and did some spritz and flick.
I used Fern Green Archival ink through the Tim Holtz snowflake stencil. For the holly I used the Wendy Vecchi stencil and pressed a Versamark ink pad over it and then sprinkled Fern Green embossing powder over the top and heated it.
I wanted to add a little sparkle to the panels so I used the snowflake stencil again but this time with Wendy Vecchi's gold embossing paste. You can just about see the shine on the above photo. I added some splatters using a white Sharpie pen and flooding the nib then flicking it at all ofthe pieces.
For the berries on the large holly leaves I grabbed some of the really cute sleigh bells that Linda sells in The Funkie Junkie Boutique, pressed them on to the Versamark pad and rolled them in Red Geranium embossing powder and heated them.
I die cut some greenery using the Tim Holtz Thinlits die and sprinkled it with Fern Green embossing powder before glueing it into place.
I stamped the sentiments and added some white dots using a Sharpie pen and also did some stamping over everything using the Wendy Vecchi Basket Weave stamp with Fern Green Archival ink.
The panels were all stuck to die cut thick cardboard that is joined together with seam binding.
I hope you've enjoyed today's project and search out those Wendy Vecchi items from The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Make sure you return tomorrow for the final Saturday Step by Step of the year with the lovely Zoe.