So for this card I've used the Snowflake collection stamps. I arranged ALL the snowflakes randomly onto an acrylic block and then stamped it onto white card with the sea blue inkpad - if you're making a lot of cards with the same design then I would suggest stamping onto a bigger piece of card - I used a postcard size card.
On the back of the stamped card I drew a heart - you can of course use any design, shape or size - a star would be great or even a snowflake., Cut your design out and put to one side while you create your background.
For the background I used the paper I used to clean up my gelli plate with and clean any extra paint from my roller. Cut the background to the size you want and then using a clear pigment ink I stamped the larger of the snowflakes along the top and bottom of the paper and then embossed with white embossing powder. I then mounted this onto some white paper and added a bit of colour with the sea blue inkpad.
Everything was then glued together before adding to the main card.
So have I convinced you it's okay to say Christmas? I hope so.
As an extra treat I thought I'd share my creative area. You can see the stamps on the acrylic block and how I had them set out. There are some of the acrylic inks and my box of the pigment inks to the left. These all live permanently on my desk - if you look closely you can just about see the bottles of ink in a bottle.
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