Saturday, September 17, 2016

Snow Cool Distressed & Embossed Card



Hello Friends!
Are you following along with the Lawn Fawn September Inspiration Week?  Today I am sharing a card using a few stamping techniques that I enjoy doing, heat embossing and ink distressing.  I started by inking up the snow background stamp from the Snow Cool set using VersaMark ink.  VersaMark ink is a watermark and embossing ink.  I applied clear embossing powder over the stamped image, and then heat embossed the card using a heat gun.  Using the Blue Jay ink from Lawn Fawn and a blending tool, I applied ink to the front of the card.  I started at the top of the card, working my way down to the bottom, to create a gradient look.  I stamped the sentiment in the same blue jay ink, and added the little snow flakes too.  The penguins were stamped, diecut and colored, then adhered to the card using foam adhesive to give the card some depth.  To embellish twine and sequins were added.

This stamp and die set is called Snow Cool, and is being showcased today over on the Lawn Fawn Blog.  Head on over, post a comment on the blog for a chance to win todays prizes, look at beautiful projects and hopefully leave inspired!
Have a great day!

4 comments:

Crafty Little Peach said...

Simply beautiful! Love this!

Evelyn vasquez said...

Love it!

jamie vanskiver said...

Awesome background! Those penguins are so stinkin cute!

Teresa Doyle said...

I absolutely love this scene you've made. What a great card!

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