Here is my Chipboard Challenge entry! See my previous post for the details on this challenge. Don't forget to upload your entries HERE. The snowflake is from the Snowflake Chipboard set currently included in SU!'s Holiday Mini catalog. The stamp set I used is from Flaky Friends. I have to go to get my kids right now so I will add the details on what I used and how I did it when I get back!
I do want to thank Cindy, Jen, Loretta and Diane for including me and letting me be the first hostess or is it Guinea Pig?!?!?! LOL!!!! Anyway, I truly enjoyed it and can't wait to see what everyone else has done!!! Sorry it is late but as usual, it took me longer than I anticipated!!!!
Don't forget that this challenge is for EVERYONE so please take part because we are so excited about it and would love for you to join in the fun!!!
I will be back shortly with instructions and I will also take a close up of the snowmen so if you are interested, you can see the details more clearly!
Thanks for looking!
EDITED to add Instructions ~ Sorry for the delay! Here are the materials and instructions:
The top of the ornament I painted using Making Memories Sky Blue scrapbook paint. The snowflakes were made using my white gel pen and then I randomly put dots of Stardust Stickles on top of some of them. Before I painted anything, I stamped the snowmen using Black Stazon directly on to the chipboard. I stamped another set of snowmen on scrap paper, cut it out and then masked them when it came time to paint the top and bottom. I sponged the sky blue on the top of the snowflake and then the bottom was sponged using White Craft ink. I sponged a couple coats of the White Craft to make it cover completely. I painted the snowmen with the White Craft ink but didn't do it really thick so it wouldn't look like the snow on the bottom. I may still add a little glitter on the snowmen, we'll see.
I used Pumpkin Pie ink and a paint brush to paint the noses. The pink, purple, green, gray, baby blue and yellow are also Making Memories paint. I used a small SU! paint brush to paint it on. I added lots of different color stickles to add some glitz. On the bottom of the snowmen and the top of the snow I added a line of white Puffy Paint. I also added the puffy paint to the snowman with the Santa hat on the left. This ornament was really easy but a bit time consuming. I am not sure what ribbon I am going to use yet so I didn't add any yet!
Thanks again for looking and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!