I was making a Christmas card (Yes, I DO know that it’s March, but I had an idea!) and needed my trees to have snow on them. I wanted to try something and it worked! NOT sure it’s been done before, but I’ve never heard of it!
First, here’s the card:
It’s really hard to see on this picture, but the trees have touchable snow. It’s puffy, shiny, white and sparkly! If you want to see it made in person (along with other stamping tips) you can go see my video here! I was super excited to see that my idea not only worked, but it was EASY! AND you probably have the supplies in your stash already!
You need to get your Fine Tip Glue Pen, and draw lines with the glue where you want your snow. Once you have all your lines, then dip it STILL WET into White Embossing Powder, set aside for about 10-15 minutes. You can use that time to create the box card. Go to this blog post to see how to make the box part. You can see the video for that on my YouTube channel here.
This Christmas card is SUPER pretty! Even prettier than the one I made with the Magical Day and I loved that one too.
Below you will see all the product used for this project, click on any picture to be taken to my OnLine Store. I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator if you live in the US.
Thank you for stopping by. Hope to see you again soon!
A California Girl living in North Carolina