I have already done a few snowflake rubbings here. #80 WHITE opaque ink ( use as a dry brush rubbing with the stamp underneath the painted background. Before I began... I placed several different snowflake stamps in areas I wish to have them appear.. then I filled in with some smaller snowflakes.
The more defined the stamp surface... eg below.. the better the end result.
All needs to be heat set with a dry iron cotton setting... but frankly I will first hair dryer dry these rubbings.
This will be taught as a one day class at the San Diego Quilt Show in September and The Orange Quilt Bee ( Orange Ca) in October. It's so creative and fun.