Hello and thanks for stopping by today! Today is the October Ink It! Stamp It! Blog Hop, featuring technique projects. One of my new favorites is featured today. It’s a photopolymer stamp set called Snow is Glistening, with the Snowfall Thinlits dies. Be sure to look for the Blog Hop links below and hop through all of the amazing stamper’s projects. I’m very thankful to be part of this talented group and know you will love their projects!
October Ink It! Stamp It! Blog Hop
measurements for this project
Balmy Blue cardstock card base: 4 1/4″ x 11″, fold in half
Whisper White cardstock die cut panel: 4″ x 5 1/2
Creating with snowflakes is versatile enough for a number of various papercraft projects. The giant snowflake die from the Snowfall Thinlits is stunning! The technique I am sharing today uses the negative space to create a stencil or mask. Once this stencil is placed on a colored cardstock card base, by adding the same shade of ink (Balmy Blue ink onto Balmy Blue cardstock) and then dabbing on Shimmer Paint… the shadow of a sparkling snowflake appears. Featured with a clean white stencil on top and it’s a beautiful snowflake!
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