I think the Snow Front stamp set can be a little intimidating. In this post I want to give you a few helpful tips for when you use this stamp set or an other watercolor stamp set like it.
When you are creating a scene make sure everything is grounded. When you are working with “snow” you have a little wiggle room because the ground is all snow and a tree could just be in the middle of the scene in the snow without looking out of place. Watching the video will help you understand this.
I decided to create this card into a shaker card. Use the largest and 3rd to the largest Rectangle Stitched dies. The largest die will cut out the scene, the light colored wood in the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper, a piece of Whisper White for the DSP to adhere to and a piece of Window Sheet. The third from the largest will be for the inside of the wood grained piece to cut out the window. Use a piece of Whisper White piece to stabilize the frame. I cut the frame at the corners so that the wood stamp from Pallet Thoughts can be stamped the right way, horizontal on the top and bottom and vertical on the left and right.
Watching the Snow Front video will help you understand my thought process on creating this card..
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