Fun Technique: Stamping on Flocked Paper

November 27, 2019

Happy Wednesday, crafty friends! I hope you are having a good week so far! I just wanted to pop in and share a just because card I finished recently. It's perfect timing because we just got our first real snow, and I'm not mad about it. Lol! Snow is magical (unless it falls in April) and the first one is always the best.

Each month we have a craft night here in Minneapolis, but twice per year we have a craft day. This is a full day of hanging out, snacking and getting our craft on. Sue from Therm O Web came over from Chicago for it, and she hosted a demo where we got to do some different things with their flocked papers. One thing that I was super in awe of was the fact that we stamped the Outline Snowflakes background stamp on to white flocked paper with pigment ink!! I knew I had to create a card with mine as soon as I had a moment, and that time has finally come!

I used the November Small Die of the Month from Spellbinders called Kaleidoscope Snowflake, and a sentiment from the Squirrel Friends stamp set by Pinkfresh. I also used three layers from the Basic Label Frames to mount my sentiment to the card front.
1. Stamp the snowflake background to white flocked paper in blue pigment ink.
2. Mount to an A2 card base with a full sheet of foam adhesive.
3. Diecut the snowflakes from white cardstock, then cover in glitter.
4. Stamp the sentiment to white cardstock, then diecut with the label frame.
5. Diecut the next two largest labels from light & dark blue cardstocks.
6. Layer the labels together, popping the smaller layer off the larger layer with foam tape.
7. Adhere the entire label to the card front.
8. Arrange and adhere the snowflakes as shown.
9. Finish by accenting with self-adhesive iridescent jewels.

I get these jewels at Michael's, so they aren't linked below. Because the paper is flocked and the snowflakes are glittered, I also added a small dot of mixed media adhesive underneath each one to make sure they would stay adhered.

Unfortunately I can't remember what brand of pigment ink we used, so I can't give you the exact color. But any light blue or aqua colored pigment ink would work!

That is everything I have for you today! If you have any questions about my card, feel free to leave them in the comments and I will be sure to reply. 
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Have a great rest of your Wednesday!

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  1. Gorgeous cool palette on this card, I'd never have thought you could stamp on flock, thanks for sharing this technique.


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