Wednesday 17 April 2024

You're Going to Flip, Ink and Flip Snowflake Revisit

Good morning. 
Today the Uniko Brand Ambassadors are revisiting the Snowflake Ink and Flip stencil.
Here's my card using a mix of the ink n flip large snowflake stencil and the Let it Snow stencil.

For this weeks revisits and intro, I'm mainly focused on the technique Jennifer McGuire's daughter refers to as the magic reveal.
For this panel, I inked through the Let it Snow stencil onto a panel of white card with white pigment ink then when completely dry I used the Ink n Flip stencil to create a snowflake over the top. I used Salty Ocean DI with a light touch and magically the white snowflakes are revealed!
If you look very closely you can just about see the white snowflakes in the center.

For a change I cut the panel down to a square added it to my base card, added a strip of sparkly silver and a sentiment stamped in Memento Gray Flannel.

That's all for today but here are a few more ideas using the Ink n Flip Snowflake stencil.

Why not pop over to see what the rest of the team have been up to?

I'll be here same time tomorrow for another revisit and some more Flippin Fun!


  1. Super cards Jules. Love them! X

  2. That's gorgeous Julie ! I didn't know that technique and I love the way it turned out. It gives an extra dimension to the card. xx


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