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3D Christmas Snowman Card


Hi everyone, Mieko here today to share another card using the Stamper’s Big Brush pens and Art GRIP® Aquarelle Pencils. I have made a 3D Christmas snowman card using Mix & Match Stamper’s Big Brush assortment in Neutral.

First, I stamped the sentiment and the flame using the Stamper’s Big Brush pens. I tried blending colors directly on my stamps to achieve effects that would be virtually impossible with stamp pads.




I stamped the snowman images using the Stamper’s Big Brush pens.


I colored with the Stamper’s Big Brush onto an acrylic block and spritzed water. I painted the images with paint blush.


I colored the images with Art GRIP® Aquarelle Pencils.


Finally I applied Glaze on surfaces. Glaze seals surfaces with a beautiful shiny sheen.


Supply List:

Stamper’s Big Brush Pen( #273 #177, #268)

Art GRIP® Aquarelle Pencil(#126, #162, #187)



Other supplies:

Patterned paper (Graphic 45)


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LOVE that stamp :) Great way to blend colors on the stamps - the best way to do it with the Stamper's Big Brushes! Wonderful reminder to do paper piecing technique with that image - really works well! Amazing job xo

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