Easy Snowflake Cards with Whimsy Stamps 10


Hi, Jessica from @BrownPaperBunny here to show you how to create these easy snowflake cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps’ supplies! These are fun to send out, not just for the holidays, but all through winter too! Here’s what you’ll need to start this fun project.

Supplies:

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Step 1: Create a Watercolor Background

Using some pale and icy-colored Dual Brush Pens, (I chose 623 Purple Sage and 401 Aqua) add some ink to your Blending Palette.

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

 

Using your Water Brush, transfer the ink to your card to create a thick border around the edge. Blend the two Dual Brush Pen colors together in places for a little variation.

 

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Step 2: Stamp on Some Snowflakes

Once your Dual Brush Pen ink is dry, use your ink pad to cover your snowflake stamp in ink. Then turn it over and press it onto your watercolor background. Gently rub the back of the stamp all the way around the edges for nice and even snowflakes.

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Step 3: Clean Up Smudges

This step only applies if you manage to get ink all over your fingers and then touch your card (like I did). Take your Tombow Sand Eraser and rub gently over any smudges to make them less visible. The sand eraser is basically magic because it helps you clean up ink that you’d otherwise be stuck with!

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Voila, you can hardly see my inky fingerprints now!

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Step 4: Decorate!

Once your stamp ink is completely dry, it’s time to decorate! Use MONO Aqua Liquid glue to stick some sequins and sparkles onto the center of your snowflakes. Use your Dual Brush Pens to write a holiday or winter greeting in the middle.

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

Once the glue is dry, your easy snowflake cards are ready to send out!

Tip: Add a blank piece of card over the front to stop the sparkles from poking through the envelope in transit.

Easy Snowflake Cards with Tombow and Whimsy Stamps by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow

 

We’d love to see your cards! Tag @TombowUSA, @WhimsyStamps and @BrownPaperBunny on social media.


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