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Hey friends! Another snowflake card (current mini-obsession here lol!) – this time using Simon Says Stamp’s XL Snowflake Stencil that just arrived in a recent order! It wasn’t sent to me so I ordered it as I LOVED the look of it – and so glad I got it. I paired it with some Pawsitively Saturated Inks and some GinaK Glitz Glitter Gel and this was the result:
HELLO WINTER SNOWFLAKE CARD:
- Simon Says Stamp Stencil XL SNOWFLAKE
- Simon Says Stamp SOPHIE SNOWFLAKE Wafer Die
- Simon Says Clear Stamps SNOW LOVE
- Simon Says Stamp MINI HEARTS PARTY Wafer Die
- Simon Says Stamp NESTED CIRCLES Wafer Dies
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Hey Amy! LOVE the card!!
I have 2 questions for you. First, why do you use distilled water as opposed to regular tap water?
And second question, how do you store your stencils?
Thanks for all you do!!
Tap water can discolour and “turn” over time – with distilled water I’ve never had an issue so that’s why I recommend it when adding it to products. Stencils I’ve shown in videos I store in the packaging they come in and I just have them in a fridge bin same as my stamps. My stencils aren’t organized at all they’re just dumped in the container/bin and I flip through them all to find what I want.