The weekend's Christmas Stamp-A-Stacks both featured the beautiful Wonderland stamp set, and this particular new technique card was created by everyone across the day, in all classes:
Here's how to reproduce this look at your stampin' table!
- All inking is done inside the open embossing folder. Using the side with the flat areas between tree trunks facing up where you feel the flat areas, ink that area directly with your Soft Sky ink pad. You could brayer it, but there's really no need to bother.
- Then ink your trees image with your chosen green ink, and stamp that right on top of the still-open embossing folder, next to the hinged area. If you want more than 3 trees, wipe of that green ink with a paper towel before reinking the stamp ... so you won't contaminate your Mossy Meadow green with the blue from the sky.
- Place the card stock into your Big Shot plates sandwich carefully, without moving it around. Roll it through your Big Shot.
- Voila! Enjoy!
- Ideas - Experiment with color blends for your sky, or
- Try more than one color for the forest to create a sense of depth.
The sentiments within this set feature a truly beautiful font as seen on this banner, accented with a snowflake punched from Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. 'Silent Night' was stamped with Early Espresso ink in keeping with the earthy forest feeling of the card. Never fear ... I'll include a complete list of supplies at the bottom of the post for your convenience.
"Fabby Stampin' Fun" happening here! Mom + daughter creating together ... and I can hardly wait until we all stamp again! I so enjoy the fun of stamping + sharing with wonderful peeps!
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|Cynthia added her own artistic touch |
with Night of Navy ink!
Check the complete supplies list at the post bottom for the things you'll need to make your own similar creations!
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