Snow drifts. Icicles. Snowflakes. Frozen lakes. Sometimes you want to add a bit of winter to your stamping! This eArticle covers fifteen techniques for creating the look of snow on a stamped card and six techniques for creating the look of ice. Techniques use a wide variety of stamping supplies so you can pick and choose techniques based on the look you want and the supplies you already have in your stamping stash.
UPDATED 2/8/16: This eArticle includes numerous links to external articles on the topic. I tested all of the links and updated a few that had changed.) I also updated VSN information found in the final pages.
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57 half-sized pages designed to view comfortably on your computer screen and is also printable! (pdf version.) Color photos of technique steps. 15 beautiful stamp art examples of the techniques covered.
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