We're expecting yet another 6 inches of snow tonight so I thought this would be the perfect time to share my latest batch of inchies, made for a Winter/Snow inchie swap. The six inchies were fun. The six inches coming tonight, I don't know...not so much.
1. This one uses a technique I invented using Fiskars texture plates. Just rub the plate with a couple colors of Ranger Distress Ink, spritz with a little water and lay a piece of paper on top for a second or two and the remove the paper and let dry. The snowflake plate that I used here makes some amazing snowy skies. The sentiment is from smARTworks and I embossed the whole thing with clear embossing powder.
2. The background is light blue card stock sprayed with some Smooch Spritz. The snowflake is embossed with white EP and highlighted with some Stickles.
3. I stamped the little penguin with grey ink, did some simple coloring, cut him out and mounted him to a scrap of printed paper. The inchie is glazed with Ranger Glossy Accents. Once everything was dry, I added a small green crystal.
4. I stamped the image with blue chalk ink onto lavender paper and highlighted the snowflake with a silver glitter pen and a lavender crystal. This one is also glazed with Glossy Accents.
5. These penguins are part of a much larger stamp by Serendipity. I stamped them with black ink onto printed paper, embossed with clear EP and colored with Prismacolor pencils.
6. For this one, I stamped the fourish, from I Brake for Stamps, onto a scrap of printed paper and embossed with ivory/gold EP.
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