I started by dropping various blue alcohol inks onto Yupo. As it was drying I rubbed a bit of turquoise foil onto the tacky parts of the AI - you can sort of see it in the photo.
When dry, I arranged three snowflake stamps in my MISTI and used the Alcohol Lift Ink to stamp them onto the Yupo. I didn't get perfect impressions of the snowflakes but I quite like it. I stamped the ink I'd lifted onto a piece of white cardstock and will create a card with those positive coloured impressions some time soon.
I trimmed the panel, popped it up on fun foam on an icy blue shimmer card base that matches the colour of the lifted snowflakes , and used the same cardstock to die cut the sentiment.
Date: Friday, November 1, 2019 GMT Views: 837
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Fri, Nov 01, 2019 @ 5:47 PM
Love your card, Susan, and I think the lifts will make very pretty cards, too.
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Sat, Nov 02, 2019 @ 2:08 PM
Your snowflake art card is so very beautiful and intriguing. Reminds me of an amazing book of snowflakes, individually photographed by WA Bentley. Here's a story about him. https://www.icr.org/article/snowflake-bentley-science-man-god