Good morning everyone, I am participating with some crafty friends in a monthly crafty collab hop using supplies that “You’ve
Squirrelled Away”. We all have those supplies we had to have and never used and this is a perfect opportunity to reach for those
crafty goods and create a new project. For my stop on the hop, I am sharing a fun slimline card featuring an older LDRS
Everyday Critters Stamp set.
I bought this stamp and die set combination forever and a day ago and never found the opportunity to create a card until now! I
began the card by stamping all of the images in the set using Memento Tuxedo Ink onto a piece of Neenah Solar White 80lb
cardstock. I colored the image using Copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut the images out.
Copic Markers Combination
Fox: E19, YR18, YR07, YR04, YR12, C03, C0, R20
Elephant: C7,C5,C3,C1,C0,R22, R20,R30
Bear: E59,E57,E55,E53.E51,E50, R22,R20 Snout: E59,E57,E55
Kite: BG49, BG45, BG53, BG11
Butterflies: YR07, YR15, Y11, RV66, RV02, RV10
For the background, I blended Distress Oxide ink in Mustard Seed and Worn Lipstick over a cloud stencil. I added the Mustard Seed
at the top of the panel and Worn Lipstick towards the bottom to create the background. I added a grassy hill to my little scene
by ink blending Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink onto a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock.
To finish the card, I die cut the panel with a wonky stitched slimline die, stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx ink, and
added my critters with foam tape for some added dimension.
Follow along on our hop to be inspired by heading to Virginia Fairchild and check out her amazing work. As always thank you
so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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