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Thursday, 27 July 2017
Bunch of Thanks | ft. Lawn Fawn "Critters in the Jungle"
Hi everyone, thank you for stopping by. I hope you are having a great day.
If you have been following me for any time at all, you'll know that I love to do a single layer card. For me it is simply magic to pull away the masks and watch a piece come together. That being said, I can do other stuff. I don't typically buy the coordinating dies when it comes to stamp sets, so because I do have the matching die set, I figured I should probably use it.
To begin, I stamped all of the images from Lawn Fawn's "Critters in the Jungle" stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink on 110lb Copic-friendly cardstock. I coloured them all in using Copic markers and die cut them out with the coordinating dies.
For the background panel, I cut down a piece of Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock, and dry embossed an oval using my largest oval die. While the die was still in place, I used Shabby Shutters Distress ink to create a light wash of colour over the background. I used a 1/2" corner rounder to round all the edges.
I then used Tombow Mono Multi glue to adhere all my little pieces into place. For the greeting I prepped a piece of black cardstock with my powder tool and stamped the "Thanks a Bunch" sentiment with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with detail white powder.
I cut fishtail banner ends and adhered it down. I then used the same corner rounder to round out the ends of an A2 sized card base and adhered the panel down.
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Layering up the imgages gives depth and texture. Love this cute card so colourful and fun :)ReplyDelete