Miss Ink Stamps – One-Layer Slimline Christmas Forest

Hey friends! Today I have a really fun Miss Ink Stamps card to share with you that is literally one layer! I actually don’t think I’ve ever successfully accomplished this before and I couldn’t be more happy with the result!

To create my card, I took a white panel and secured it to my glass mat. Then I taped down the new Treeline stencil toward the bottom. I used Lawn Fawn dye inks and just inked the edge around the trees one layer at a time, shifting the stencil up 1/4 inch each color.

The rainbow I chose for today was, from top to bottom, fresh lavender, mermaid, celery stick, sunflower, peachy keen and guava.

Once I got to the top, I shifted the stencil to use the negative on the bottom half to protect my inking and smeared Thermoweb iridescent glitz glitter gel on the white space. I left it to dry and then trimmed my panel down to 8.5×3.5 inches and adhered it to a slimline card base.

Last, but not least, I popped the whole thing in my MISTI and stamped a sentiment from Deck the Halls in the upper right and this card is finished!

I have been very into rainbow Christmas cards this year for some reason. They are just happy and make me smile! I hope you are enjoying them too!

Products used today:
Miss Ink Stamps Treeline stencil
Miss Ink Stamps Deck the Halls stamps
Thermoweb glitz glitter gel – iridescent
Thermoweb stencil pal
Thermoweb Ultra Bond liquid glue pen
Blending brushes
Lawn Fawn dye inks

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

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