Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Creative time with presents

I love to create.
And gift giving is something I enjoy.
So when it comes to wrapping presents I enjoy that as well.
This year I cut paper snowflakes and used them as masks for spray painting large sheets of white paper with all sorts of colours of Smooch Spritz. You can find them at
I would never have found them if it weren't for Diane Nunez (love her work!) who was working at the IQF Cincinnati show last April. I went into the booth to say hi and watched her demonstrate this fun product. Naturally I got them in every colour! They made beautiful paper to wrap with.
You can see them in the SmileBox below - the flakes were scanned as well as a couple photos of the paper.
Wonder if you see how they relate to "Connect the Dot Design"?
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Karoda said...

You can preserve the snowflakes by painting (it might come in a spray can, but I don't know about that) them is a poly-varnish OR place them between very sheer non-woven interfacing via Jane Dunnewold's method, and then cut away the negative space.

Nysha said...

Thanks for the info!