Introducing… Stencil Large Snowflake 1 and Large Snowflake 2

Introducing… Stencil Large Snowflake 1 and Large Snowflake 2

Happy Hump Day! 

We are back today to hopefully get you over the hump with some awesome inspiration as we introduce two fun and festive Stencils – Large Snowflake 1 and Large Snowflake 2.

As you might know, I love snowflakes, so I couldn’t choose just one, so I decided to release both!

Now let’s have a look at them in action. I’ve used the same layout & used the snowflake stencils the same way, but I’ve switched up the colours and used different stencils and sentiments to pair with them.

First up for Large Snowflake One I went for an unconventional colour scheme of pinks & reds. I started by placing the snowflake stencil and inking through with Altenew Frosty Pink ink. I then moved the stencil slightly to create a shadow effect and then inked through with Ruby Red.

I then removed the stencil and placed the mask over the main red snowflake before placing & inking through the Stencil – Let it Snow with Coral Berry ink. I then splattered with some Gansi Tambi gold watercolour and added the Let it Snow sentiment from Christmas Sentiments.

For my second card I used Large Snowflake Two. I followed the same steps as before. This time I used Concord & 9th Inks.

Oceanside & Midnight for the snowflakes and Aqua Sky for the Stencil Scattered Polka Dots. Again I added some gold splatters and the sentiment is from Festive Sentiments, adhered using foam adhesive.

So that’s the formal introductions done! Which means tomorrow is release day – yay!

So which is your favourite? I can’t decide TBH as I just love snowflakes. So that’s it just 4 stencils added to the Uniko line up. They will be available to purchase tomorrow HERE on the website at 9am GMT. 

If you need some more inspiration to help make up your mind, be sure to come back tomorrow for our usual blog hop & giveaway.
See you tomorrow.

Crafty Hugs 

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  • Steph Mortimer Reply

    Fab cards Bev. Really loving the snowflake in red…who knew this would work so well?! X

    2nd November 2022 at 5:54 pm

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