Good Morning all
Firstly to all my friends in the UK I do hope you are safe and sound after these terrible storms!! We have been very lucky and only suffered some damage to the garden and the poor dog has been terrified of the horrible winds and wont even pop out for a pee!
Now on to my Clare Curd Design Team post
So I tried a wee new technique, so please if I haven't done something right be kind!
Firstly I took a piece of super glossy card stock and cut it done to fit on my card
I then used my heat tool to help dry of the ink ( be really careful with this and make sure the inks dry! I didn't do so well the first time heee)
Then taking my Embossing Ink and the snowflakes from the Crafty Impressions Happy Holidays set, I stamped all over to make my background
Then I covered the snowflakes in embossing powder the knocked off any extras
Heat all over with the heat tool again
I then took my black permanent ink pad and wiped it all over the surface, I did this a few times to get a nice even coat all over
then wipe over with a tissue to remove any excess ink from the embossed snowflakes
Next I layered the panel on to black card adding some ribbons before layering it on to a white card blank
I finished it off with the lil Time of Magic sentiment on another piece of white card that I inked again with the distress inks adding a black edge
I hope you like my little tutorial and sorry its not the greatest! But with practise I might get better heee
Well I'm decorating the tree today and baking some chocolate cupcakes for Craft Club tomorrow so all have a fab day!
Huggles Mel xxx