Measurements: Image panel before borders – 2 x 3 ½”, blue strips are ½” wide, swirl strip is 1 ¼” wide before the border.
-On white glossy paper I attempted to do the polished stone technique with two colors and I use a spray of alcohol after it’s applied to blend the color…well it all blended into one color unless you look real close. Oh well, I like it anyway!
-I then stamped with VersaMark with the dots and heat embossed with heat and stick and poured on pink glitter.
-Since I started out cutting the panels from scarp I just stuck with the program and used up some stored die cut pieces for the star, snowflakes in circle and the white snowflake; all from Cuttlebug. The blue snowflake is from Martha Stewart.
-Image is colored with Prismacolor pencils and baby oil.
Paper: Glossy and regular white, Stampin Up – Bashful Blue, recycled Christmas card for sparkle paper snowflakes
Ink: Stampin Up classic re inker – Almost Amethyst, Lavender Lace, pad in Lavender Lace, StazOn – Jet Black, Versa Mark
Accessories: Pink and glitter, heat and stick, Art Glitter adhesive, Stampin Up - Dazzling Diamond glitter, ticket punch, tacky glue, Prismacolor pencils, baby oil, Cuttlebug embossing and die cuts, Martha Stewart punch, felt and block, alcohol