Happy New Year!!
With the start of a new year, we have a new challenge at Just For Fun Rubber Stamps blog. It is “Free For All” so how easy is that? I, of course, can’t help but think about snow in January so I made a winter looking card.
I had a lot of fun with the background. Starting with light blue cardstock, different size circles were added using white pigment ink and Milled Lavender and Stormy Sky Distress Ink for the purple and blue to create this Bokeh look. I have had the Milled Lavender color for years and have to admit I never really liked it so I just didn’t use it. However it was the perfect subtle color for this. To add a little sparkle, I stamped the Just For Fun Small Stamptangle Star several times on the background with white pigment ink. Then it was heat embossed with Sparkle Embossing Powder.
The “snowflake” was created using the Large Stamptangle Star and the Small Stamptangle Star. Both were stamped with white pigment ink and heat embossed with Detail White Embossing Powder on white cardstock. This was repeated on white cs sponged with the Stormy Sky Distress Ink. The different layers were fussy cut. Using a masking technique, Milled Lavender Distress Ink was added to sections. The various layers were added to the white base, ending with a small white center and small lavender pearls.
A window was cut from the top two layers of the card front. This was popped up over the white card base to reveal the Winter Wonderland sentiment from JFF’s Seasons Word Block. Since the “snowflake” could also be a flower or a star, this card design could be used for many different occasions by simply changing the sentiment.
We would love to see your creations added to our challenge link. Check out the JFF Blog for all the details and more inspiration.
Wishing you the best as we start this new year!