Miss Ink Stamps – Snow One Like You

Hello friends! Today I have a festive, wintery card for you featuring stamps and stencils from Miss Ink Stamps. I paired an older stencil, Starry Night, with one of the new releases, Perfectly Plaid. Layering stencils is seriously addicting. I just love mixing and matching them in different cominations.

I actually started my card today by playing with the background first. I inked up the perfectly plaid stencil on kraft cardstock with a brown ink. Then I went over that with the starry night stencil and Thermoweb transfer gel blanco. I set it aside while I decided what images I was going to color up today.

Feeling that Christmas vibe, I stamped and colored the images from Snow One Like You with my copic markers. Then I cut them out with my scan-n-cut. I stamped the sentiment on white cardstock and cut it out with a stitched banner. I heated up my laminator and pulled out some gold decofoil to use on the stenciled panel. Once the laminator was all heated up I ran it through. Then I die cut the panel with a notched corner die from Pink & Main and added foam tape to everything.

I adhered some red cardstock to a white card base and then removed the release paper from the foam squares and tape and popped everything in place, one layer at a time.

Because we all know I can’t leave well enough alone, I added some fun finishing touches next. Glossy accents were in order for the snowman’s eyes and buttons, while the snow was just calling for some glittery Stickles.

I love the rustic feel this card has with the combination of plaid, the color palette and the feel of the images too. It’s perfect!

Products used today:
Snow One Like You stamps
Starry Night stencil
Perfectly Plaid stencil
Newton’s Nook Frames & Flags dies
Pink & Main Notched Corners dies
Thermoweb transfer gel blanco
Thermoweb stencil pal
Thermoweb decofoil – gold

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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