Let’s Make This
You can create a mixed media wintery card.
Start by gathering your supplies. You will need:
Flip Card, Snowflake
Tunnel Card Insert, Snow Globe add-on
i-crafter Blender Brushes
Die cutting machine
Scissors or distressing tool
A2 (4.25 x 5.5″) card base
Distress Oxide ink – Salvaged Patina
White acrylic paint
Begin by cutting a 4.25 x 5.5″ panel from the patterned paper. Use scissors or distressing tool all along the outer edge of the panel to distress it.
Crumple panel into a ball and unfold. Repeat process until satisfied with amount of wrinkles in the panel.
Use an i-Brush to blend Salvaged Patina Distress Oxide ink around edges and crumple lines.
Use the snowflake die from the Flip Card Snowflake set to die cut a snowflake from patterned paper and from white cardstock. This die cuts half a snowflake so you will need to rotate the die 180 degrees and run it through the die cutting machine a second time in order to cut a full snowflake.
Use the 2 snowflake dies from the Holiday Words die set to die cut a large patterned snowflake, a large white snowflake and a small white snowflake.
Crumple up all of the snowflakes like you did the panel. Repeat until all snowflakes have desired amount of crinkle lines.
Blend Salvaged Patina onto each snowflake. Adhere the largest patterned snowflake on top of the white snowflake and the medium patterned snowflake onto the medium white snowflake.
Thin a pea sized amount of white acrylic paint with a little water. Then use a paint brush to splatter white drops on the snowflakes and the patterned paper panel.
Die cut the words, let it snow, from the Tunnel Card Insert, Snow Globe set out of white cardstock. Loop the silver cord in 2 large circles and adhere to the center of the panel. Then adhere the large snowflake on top of the cord, the other two snowflakes and the words on the panel.
Blend some Salvaged Patina onto the front of the white card base, then adhere the panel on.
Hope you enjoyed this mixed media snowflake card. Please be sure and share your i-crafter projects with the hashtags: @icrafter or @icrafterart. Enjoy!