Pinkfresh Studio | Unique Snowflake
Hi crafty friends
It's that time of year again when seasonal cardmaking is in full swing therefore, I decided to continue with seasonal inspiration for you. I am sure you have some seasonal supplies as well as non-seasonal in your stash so, today I show you how you can use an everyday die set to make a snowflake card.
I titled my blog post Unique Snowflake because, each snowflake is different and your cards will be too depending on the supplies you choose.
For the background I pulled out the lovely Dotted Scallop Coverplate Die. Love it! One of my favourites. Then, using the brand new Calico White Pigment Ink, I ink blended around the edges of the pink die cut panel.
This softened the background perfectly. I put it aside to allow the pigment some drying time.
Don't you just love the new Pinkfresh Ink release??? I fell in love with them especially especially the Sage Dye Ink! I needed a colour to alternate with the Sage and knew Cherry Blossom would be perfect.
Using the Foliage Shaker Dies, I die cut four background dies and four front dies in each of my coloured cardstock. Once glued together, I arranged them over the base panel. When I was happy with my arrangement, I used Press n Seal to keep it together while I added some dimension with foam dots on the back.
From the Holiday Large Sentiments Stamp Set I stamped and die cut a good sized sentiment for the centre of the snowflake. To finish, I added Iridescent Clear Drops along the spine of the leaf die cuts. This really finished the design off nicely.
As usual, I made a reel so if you want to see the card come together why not check it out over on Instagram @pinkfreshstudio
Well, thats all from me today friends. Have fun cardmaking!