Hey crafty friends! It has been such a busy week that I absolutely needed some downtime and what better way to relax than to create a fun card. Normally, I find coloring to be my solace and these guys are just the cutest image.
Unfortunately, this stamp set is discontinued but there are a ton of other stamps similar to this one by MFT Stamps.
I started my card by creating the background first. Using MFT Stamps’ Mini Cloud Edges stencil, I created a fun cloudy sky with Distress Oxide Ink in Mermaid Lagoon. Next, I stamped and colored my images using Copic Markers.
Copic Marker Combination
Leopards: YR18, YR14, Y35, Y23, YR30
Nose/Snout: YR24, Y23, YR30
Brown: E29, E27, E25
Green: YG17, YG05, YG03, YG01
After coloring all of the images, I used the coordinating dies and set the images aside to continue creating the background.
I ink blended the grassy hill using Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink then added a little Lucky Clover to create some depth. For the last element on my scene card, I die-cut yellow cardstock and added Wild Honey and Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxide for dimension.
After coloring and ink blending, I began building my scene card by adding the image and die cuts with foam adhesive or liquid glue.
And finally, I heat embossed the sentiment onto a piece of black cardstock and trimmed it with a banner sentiment strip.
I hope you enjoyed my card as much as I enjoyed making it. As a bonus, I have the perfect recipients for this card in mind. I want them to know that even though we have not seen each other for a while, I hold them very dear in my heart.
This card was inspired by the MFT Stamps Sketch Challenge to create this fun friendship card.
That’s all for me today, as always thank you so much for stopping by until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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