Warm Winter Wishes with Channin from Waffle Flower Crafts

Hi friends! Happy Thursday! Please join me in a special welcome back to special guest Channin Pelletier from Waffle Flower Crafts! She made this GORGEOUS Warm Winter Wishes card using brand new stamps and dies from Waffle Flower Crafts! Be sure to watch the video for some cool tips and trick and enjoy!

Warm Winter Wishes with Channin from Waffle Flower Crafts

Hello everyone! It’s Channin here and today I have a few cards to share with you that I created with a few products from Waffle Flower’s new release! I used the new Layering Woodgrain Stamp Set with a simple inking technique to create the beautiful background. And I also used the new sweet Warm Hands Stamp Set and matching dies to create this charming pair of mittens. To get all the details please check out my video below.

Warm Winter Wishes with Channin from Waffle Flower Crafts

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First, I created the woodgrain background on an A2 panel (4.25” x 5.5”) of white cardstock with the Layering Woodgrain Stamp Set and several Distress Oxides and a MISTI. I stamped the first layer of the Layering Woodgrain Stamp Set in Antique Linen, cleaned the stamp, and then inked it up again using a swiping motion to create streaks on the surface of the stamp with Frayed Burlap and then stamped again.

Next, I mounted the second layer of the woodgrain in my MISTI and stamped it in Fossilized Amber.

Warm Winter Wishes with Channin from Waffle Flower Crafts

Then I cleaned the stamp, inked it up with the swiping method and stamped it in Vintage Photo. I repeated this process till the entire panel was cover with the woodgrain pattern. Next, I stamped mittens from the Warm Hands Stamp Set in Waffle Flower inks, My Pleasure, Tickled Pink, and New Fish in Pond, on a scrap of white cardstock.

I then die cut the stamped mittens as well as a pair from craft foam with the matching dies. I then glued the two together using Tombow Mono Multi Liquid adhesive. Next, I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment on the woodgrain panel with white embossing powder and then adhered the panel onto an A2 top-folding card base made from kraft cardstock. Lastly, I adhered the mittens and some yarn to complete the card.

I hope you enjoyed! Hope you have an awesome day!

~Channin

Warm Winter Wishes with Channin from Waffle Flower Crafts

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  1. I love what you inspired us with today. These mittens are adorable and since you made a set of three I was thinking how sad if the three little kittens lost these beautiful mittens!!!! lol I would love a pair of these!! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Mittens on Xmas cards are just great – there’s something homely and sweet about it – and I love these. x

  3. Very interesting concept and really cool to see people everywhere using similar components to make their cards. Thanks for the overview and “world together” feel of it all…

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