Thanks for popping in. Tuesday’s blog rolls back the hours, right? How about a little Snowflake trip down Memory Lane?
I was looking through our Christmas library this morning, and came across these two black beauties, by Linda Williams.
I have done detailed step by step blog projects of these Snowflake Baubles on Black Parchment in the past. Click HERE to find. These classy cards are not as tricky as they look…
I remember when we launched these snowflakes plates by Tina Cox. They were our first kind of duet plate, where you could emboss and perforate at the same time. They really were groundbreaking.
It was at about the same times as we introduced our Lightwave, that super slim light table. So working on dark parchment – especially Black Parchment became so SO much easier!
I’d go as far as to say that the Lightwave is handy for most parchment work. I have always been specific about whether you really NEED it for a particular parching technique, and black parchment certainly falls into that category for me – but nowadays I just find it easier on the eyes to use the underlighter.
Explanation of the Duet Snowflakes HERE
Snowflake Duets available HERE
So to the black parchment. We have it in stock, in A4, A5 and in a Christmas Mixed pack HERE
If you fancy another super simple project on clear parchment using the same Snowflake plates, check this out! HERE
Just to finish on a snowy, arty note, here are a couple of masterpieces by Tina and Glynis. Wonderful work .
Love and Hugs