Of course, the other problem is that I can't ever keep anything simple. There has to be ribbon, brads, fabric paint, stickers.....the list goes on and on!
I started by watercoloring this cute little snowman image from an old SU set called Snow Globe. He just fit perfectly on this little tag box/bag. Then I added some snow. Did you know you can emboss with fabric paint? Well, I wasn't getting enough texture with my white Craft ink, so I gave it a go. I painted the craft paint below my snowman image and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. It woked like a dream. I tried stamping and embossing the snowflakes on my main panel and that did not work so well, too gloppy. So, I would restrict its use to large areas that you apply with a brush.
All the instructions for this project are posted on SCS under Shipping Tag Box/Bag. I didn't have the appropriate size shipping tags, so I made my own per the instructions given. See the recipe below for supplies used. Okay, now I have to go get the errands done.
Recipe: Paper: SU Bordering Blue, DCWV, WC. Stamps: SU Snow Globe (ret). Accessories: SU ribbon and silver cord. Heart punch, hole punch, Nestabilities, gel pens, SU markers, pearl white fabric paint, embossing powder, SU re-inkers, acrylic snowflakes, brads, white gel pen, decorative scissors, corner punch.
Til next time,