Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Windy Christmas

The Frost Winter All-Purpose Ink looks quite differently in real life. It adds a shimmer and gives the illusion of a windy day. What do you think? 

   Fragrant Forest

   Real Red A-2, 2-3/4 x 5
   Basic Black 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
   Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (2)

   Garden Green
   Old Olive
   Shaded Spruce
   Smoky Slate

   Die Cutting

   Merry Christmas Thinlits
   Frost Winter All-Purpose Ink
   Sponge Dauber

First, I added ink to the large Fragrant Forest stamp. I used markers to add the ink, but you can use Stampin' Spots, or the large ink pads, if you are careful. Garden Green was applied at the top, followed by Old Olive in the middle and Shaded Spruce on the bottom. I used Smoky Slate for the bits of marks in the snow. Of course, you can ink the entire stamp, using one color if you choose.

I then stamped the image on a Basic White panel. You may want to use a Stamparatus or MISTI, in case you need to stamp more than once.

Next, I added the Frost Winter All-Purpose ink. I used a sponge dauber to add the ink across the panel. I didn't allow enough time for the ink to dry, which caused a bit of a smear on the top trees. I think it still works.

I then adhered the panel to a Basic Black matte, and then onto the Real Red card front.

I die cut "Merry Christmas" for the card front. This die set is discontinued, but you can use any of the word dies you have on hand. I used a traditional Real Red color, but you can choose any of your favorites and then just match the card base with the word dies. I adhered the dies, using liquid adhesive.

Lastly, I adhered a Basic White panel to the inside of the card. 

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