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I've used flower soft, fun flock, the liquid applique stuff, and I used my coffee grinder to grind up scrap white cardstock to make my own fun flock. They all work great. I've also bought the little 1/4" pompoms from the dollar store - there were about 100 in a little bag - and glued them on. There's lots of options.
could use felt or white fleece or could also you faux fur (comes on ribbon spool) or check in the fabric dept for fabrics /remnants. Check the knitting yarn dept and see what is availbale
If you're planning on mailing these you may want to reconsider not using a pom pom and just cut a flat circle from white felt or the fleece
I got some fur trim in the trim & ribbon department & cut it to fit. Also at JoAnn Fabrics in the scrapbook paper they have velvet paper in several colors. I found white & cut it in my Big Shot for Santa parts in a die.
Ginger--one year I used up all my white flower soft and was in a pinch....so I took some styrofoam...put it in the blender--put it on "mulch setting"...and Wha Lah...instant Santa snow white chinny-chin-chin! Works like magic, easy to glue and you can wash it right out of your blender!
I love creating something...from nothing! Susanne
Mix together gel medium and white ink to make dimensional ink/paint. You can even add glitter before painting onto your card. Pigment inks create a more opaque look but are not a have to for painting white on white if dye reinker is all you have. Many plain PVC glues work as well as long as they dry clear with no color that would alter your new "ink/paint".