I arranged the letters on three blocks, stamped the words and embossed in black first. Then I went back and stamped and white embossed the rest of the background. I blended on one color of Distress Ink (festive berries) for an hombre look. I went over the hearts and the black embossing with spectrum glitter marker, and I noticed that it produced a shadow effect on the words. Cool! I trimmed the panel and adhered it on a white card base that I stamped with Get In Line. Some random sequins finish it off.
Welcome to day 2 of the February Whimsy release! You can purchase all the new products right now at the Whimsy Store. You can find all the details for the release on the Whimsy blog HERE.
Today I am showing you Purrfect Pals. Isn't this little guy so sweet?
I stamped the kitty on a white base and colored it with copics, and then stamped it again just on the edge of a patterned strip. I cut out the part that stamped on the patterned strip, and adhered it so it matched up with the colored kitty on the white base. It looks like he's crouching on a rug. I then stamped the sentiment, curving it on my block, then stamped a few paw prints along the edge of the patterned strip.
Thanks for stopping by, see you tomorrow for the last day!
Welcome to the first day of sneak peeks for the Whimsy Stamps February release! All products are currently available for purchase at the Whimsy Stamps store HERE. All the details can be found on the Whimsy Blog.
I started by cutting a kraft piece on the diagonal and then tracing a pencil line along the edge of it on a white base so I had a guide for my stamping. I stamped various flowers and grasses along that guide. I stamped the kraft piece with a background stamp from Vintage Backgrounds and added the sentiment from Friendly Flowers. I finished by adding a yellow flag strip and Summer Breeze enamel dots.
I can't stop playing with this Floating Hearts background and my new stash of Distress Inks! For this one, I white embossed the background first. I then added some distress ink in three pinks on some acetate, added water, and put the embossed panel right on the acetate. It turned out pretty cool! After it dried, I added a sentiment from Hand-lettered Thoughts on a Bold Banner die cut. I cut the scripty love a few times, stacked them up, then added spectrum clear glitter marker on top.