Samantha here, and today I'm sharing an (almost!!) one layer card - perfect for sending Christmas wishes to someone near or far!
This card started because I really wanted to do some Distress Ink blending! Do you ever start a card or project because of a technique you want to practice?
This card, was FUN to make, so let's get down to it! :)
- on a piece of watercolor paper, heat emboss the big and little snowflake images in your desired pattern.
- next, blend your desired Distress Inks. I used Peacock Feathers, Seedless Preserves, Worn Lipstick and Abandoned Coral.
- sprinkle little water droplets onto the background to create the soft look of snow.
- stamp the big 'wish' onto a separate piece of cardstock and fussy cut out
- stitch the sentiment to the watercolored piece and stamp the rest of the sentiment!
I used three different stamp sets for this card! Smiling Snowflakes, Your View and Make a Wish! I just LOVE combining non-Christmas themed stamps to create a holiday card!
I learned something new this past week, and just thought I'd pass it on! I have used distress ink blending many many times on cards. But I recently heard on a video that it's easier to blend on watercolor paper. I thought to myself, could this be true? And folks, the answer is YES! It's much easier to blend on watercolor paper than regular cardstock!! I may be super late to the game, and you're all thinking, "Duh, Sam", but in the event that I'm not the only one who missed that, I wanted to share! Ha!
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Thanks again for stopping by and spending some of your Friday with me!