Today I'm playing along with the most recent CASology Challenge. The theme is FESTIVE. When I think "festive" I think snowflakes and all of the magic and wonder of the holiday season---a perfect fit for this brand new sentiment from DeNami Design called Peace Hope Joy.
I've seen a few stampers in blogland use this technique of stamping images first in white ink and then stamping them again (slightly offset from the first image) in color. I thought I'd give it a try with the snowflakes on this card, and I have to say, I really love the results! Here's a closer look:
I also added in some little dots with a white gel pen for a little extra something.
What do you think?
Thanks for stopping by today! If you'd like to learn more about this technique Julie Ebersole has a video HERE and Dawn Woleslagle has a video HERE. (A big THANK YOU to these girls for their inspiration!)
And...you can check out DeNami Design's new release HERE!
Stamps: CL-I70 Peace Hope Joy, TR27 Snowflakes Stamp Set, G93 Medium Lacy Flake (DeNami Design)
Ink: Frost White Color Box (Clearsnap), Rich Cocoa Memento (Tsukineko), Eucalyptus and Cranberry (Amuse Studio)
Cardstock: PC21 White (DeNami Design), Kraft (Papertrey Ink)
Hemp Cord: Natural (Hemptique)
Tool: Stamp-A-Ma-Jig (EK Success)
Pen: White Opaque Pen (Ranger)
Love the look of the layered stamping - the white really helps the colours pop! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!
wow this is gorgeous.. love those snowflakes.. love it
So very pretty Lisa!!
I like this technique and you nailed it for sure. The shadow look really sets off the snowflakes. The pop of pink looks good with the kraft cardstock.
Lovely on Kraft!!! Thanks for joining us at CASology!!!!
Oh, so pretty! Love how you've used this technique on the kraft! It really does make the color stand out!
Thanks so much for joining us over at CASology this week! :)
Great technique - it adds to much dimension!
This is gorgeous, Lisa! The snowflakes look so awesome using that technique and I love the pop of red! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!
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