We're doing a Book Study as a group on NGS, using Nancy Curry's book "Texture Effects for Rubber Stamping". This week we are looking at her card "Circular Motion". She uses repetition of the design element to tie the card together while adding texture. Here's my attempt.I stamped 3 snowflakes onto glossy card stock with watermark ink and heat set. Then I colored with light blue Distress ink to reveal the snowflakes. Next, I stamped an additional 3 snowflakes onto the colored card stock with watermark ink and heat set. Then colored with a darker blue Distress ink to reveal those snowflakes.
I used the same Distress ink to stamp 3 additional snowflakes.
I stamped3 more snowflakes with another shade of blue Distress ink.
To add some subtle texture, I stamped on two more snowflakes with watermark ink, added clear embossing powder and heat set.
For my embellishment, I stamped a smaller snowflake into a glob of hot glue. First inking the stamp with platinum Brilliance ink, so the stamp would easily come out of the glue after it dried.
After the glue dried, I colored it with blue alcohol ink.