Hello, it's Rachel Greig here and I'd like to share three different ways to use the Falling Snowflakes Border Stamp. Our Border Stamps are almost 12" in length and can be used as borders for your art journal, scrapbooking, card making, collage and mixed media projects.
Here are some fabulous ways this stamp can be used. For this first card, I stamped and embossed the Falling Snowflakes with Snowflake Tinsel Embossing Powder. I mean, it was just begging to be used with this stamp and it looks fabulous! This embossing powder has little shimmery crystals in it so when you move the card, it glistens in the light. Hard to see in this photo, but you can see how beautiful it looks against the red background. The 'ho ho ho' comes from the Christmas Sentiments Stamp Set.
For this next card I wanted to use more neutral colours, so I started with a kraft card base and stamped the Falling Snowflakes onto mixed media cardstock with Distress Embossing Ink and embossed with Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder. This powder is also glittery so when you move the card, it shimmers in the light. The sentiment is from the Christmas Sentiment Stamp.
Here you can see the shimmer of the embossing powder:
For this card, I created an embossing resist by embossing the Falling Snowflakes in Frosted Crystal Embossing Powder and doing a watercolour wash with Weathered Wood and Iced Spruce Distress Inks over the top. I finished the card with the Dream Big Sentiment Stamp.
We hope you enjoyed the inspiration! You can watch a video on the new Border Stamps here.
If you’d like to see more Border Stamp projects, check out our other Border Stamp blog posts!
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