For the first one I sponged distress inks (Faded Jeans, Broken China, Tumbled Glass) and sprinkled with water then stamped the snowflakes with Faded Jeans which I'd spritzed very lightly with water. I stamped again and embossed in white and I love the shadow effect of the first stamp, plus the water droplets in the backround I like to think of as melting snow :)
This next backround is PaperArtsy Fresco Finish chalk acrylic paints and stamped and embossed with Tinsel Snowflake embossing powder which gives a lovely sparkle:
My last card for today was again white embossed on a sponged distress ink backround, also sprinkled with water. I stamped in Versamark before it was completely dry so that some non stamped areas also picked up the embossing powder and it gives a lovely snowy feel to the card. I'd love to say this was intended but it was one of those happy accidents :) I really like the sort of stormy snowy feel of this card:
I'm linking up today at Creative Every Day where November is Art Every Day Month. Come and join in. I'm not sure I'll manage every single day - I've already missed the first two! - but will try and post as much as I can. Leah, who hosts the challenge, likes to encourage everyone into more creativity and is an awesome artist.