Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card. In this tutorial I’ll show how to use an embossed chipboard snowflake, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and a rubber stamp to create a greeting card.

Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card

Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card Tutorial Video

Supplies used for the Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card

showing how to use an embossed chipboard snowflake, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and a rubber stamp to create a greeting card.

Using a snowflake chipboard piece, painted with acrylic paint. It was then embossed with Versamark ink and clear embossing powder.

Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card

Applying Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist “Toy Solider” color for a background effect, and then applied to the cardstock with Aleene’s Tacky glue.

Then taking Tulip Dimensional Glitter paint put several dots on the front of the card. If you tap the card it will flatten out the paint.

Used the Christmas Stamp as a sentiment at the bottom of the card.

Chipboard Snowflake Watercolor Christmas Card

Think about using cardstock pieces to your handmade Christmas cards this year! How will create yours?

Robin Fennessy

 

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