For my card, I wanted the inside of the "wreath" image to be green, so I inked the back side of my embossing folder with Lucky Limeade ink. Usually I am trying to get the raised portion of the image inked, so I ink the other side of the folder. It really gives two completely different looks!
When I made my Washi Tape, I think I rubbed off a little bit too much of the DSP on the back, so you can see through it in some places. I like that distressed look it adds though, so I decided to use it anyways. I didn't use the Washi Tape technique for the Cherry Cobbler DSP because I wanted the front piece of Washi Tape to really stand out. To give a little bit more of a distressed look to the card to bring it all together, I sponged the edges of the Whisper White with Cherry Cobbler ink. One detail that you can't really see because of the shadows is the little strip of Cherry Cobbler cardstock that I cut with the Finishing Touches Edgelits. It's at the very bottom of the card, hiding in the shadows! :)
Stamp Sets: Joyous Celebrations, Ornament Keepsakes
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade, Whisper White
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade
Tools: Finishing Touches Edgelits, Small Oval Punch, brayer, Holiday Frame Embossing Folder, sponge, Holiday Ornaments Framelits
Accessories: Regals DSP stack, Summer Smooches DSP, Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine, tape, Dimensionals