Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Let It Snow!

Greetings! It's Tuesday, which means that it's Kathi here. This week my teammates and I are creating snowy projects to share with you! 

I've created a glittery card using Freya's House Clear Polymer Stamp and the 
Fairy Path Clear Polymer Stamp by Lavinia Stamps with snowflakes and a sentiment from the 

Here it is:

Freya's House Clear Polymer Stamp was stamped with Memento ink onto white cardstock and onto masking paper. The masking paper version was fussy-cut and adhered onto its counterpart on the image panel. 

 Memento ink was used to stamp the Fairy Path Clear Polymer Stamp as shown. The base of the card was covered with a piece of torn recycled printer paper and I used the Black Blending Brushes by Time for Tea Designs to brush blue Distress inks over the masked images.

The masks were lifted and the images were colored with Copic markers. When I was happy with the coloring, the mask was placed again over Freya's House.

Snowflakes from the Winter's Snowflakes Clear Polymer Stamp Set by Hobby Art Ltd. were stamped onto the background with white hybrid ink, then again with white shimmery ink, and heat set. The mask over the house was lifted again and some snowflakes were stamped with the same two white inks over the house. The image panel was heat set.

I recently got a new white brush pen and I used it to add some snowy details to the house, the path, the ground, and the air around the house. Unfortunately, the white ink burped and left a big blob on the right. However, I decided that it wasn't too heinous and added some big white blogs in some other places. 

Clear Stardust Glitter pen was used to add some glittery highlights to the snow areas. Those areas are showing up grey on my photo. Alas. Clear Glaze pen was used to add dimension and shine to the doorknob and the hanging heart.

The Snowflakes Background Cling Rubber Stamp by Darkroom Door was inked with the same white ink ,stamped onto two pieces of blue cardstock, and heat set. The panels were cut with a cutting die, trimmed lengthwise, then adhered to a blue panel that had been cut with the same die. White glitter tape was adhered to cover the seam between the two pieces of cardstock.

The sentiment from the Winter's Snowflakes Clear Polymer Stamp Set was inked with the white ink used previously, heat set, then cut with a rectangle cutting die. 

All the panels were matted with white glitter cardstock as shown and then adhered to a blue 5" x 7" card.

If you want learn more about this card, please visit Kat's Tales of Stamping

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