One layer cards are my favorite to create and the wintery ones are so fun because I just love the random colored skies with snowflakes! I used an easy technique to show off the snow activities as well and I think it really adds to the entire card!
I think the stencils 360 might be one of the more underrated products in the crafty world. Sure, the starter kit is a bit pricey, which you do need to use all the coordinating stencils but I think it works out in the end because you can create large panels of stencils areas, which can be trimmed down for cards. I kept this as one panel because I couldn’t help but stick with a traditional Christmas card with a poinsiettia wreath.
Today, I’m sharing a card using Stencil 360, which is a cool stencil guide from Penguin Palace. It’s a bit big BUT it creates really cool stencils that sometimes reminds me of a spirograph and the pattern they can create.
First, I stamped out the confetti images from Birthday Unicorn all over to create a background for this card. Then, I used Marilyn Red, Marigold Orange, and Bee Sting Yellow to cover up the panel. Since these inks are water reactive, I also sprinkled water all over to lift up the ink and leave behind a water splattered look.
I stamped out the images from Birthday Unicorn and colored them up using Copics (colors listed below). Once everything was ready, I added acetate to the back of the windows so my shaker bits won’t fall out. I wanted a relatively thin shaker so I only used one layer of foam tape. Using a variety of random glitter I had from my stash, I added it to the shaker.
To finish off this card, I stamped out the sentiment on white cardstock and added it to the card.
I hope you get inspired to create! I also have a video that shows my process:
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