Hey all! Daniel, here again, for Colorado Craft Company. My friends here at CCC heard your heart beating for more of our Stamptember 2021 collaboration. And while they aren't able to stock this set, they are offering another set called So Sweet Slimline stamps and dies.
On top of that, CCC has hooked us all up with a discount code for 20% off everything +FREE SHIPPING good today through Tuesday, 9/20-9/21. Wow!
This stamp set has lots of little critters. And it looks like that hit the candy jackpot!
Anita Jeram -- Sweetest One I Know
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Watch the video to see me create this card! (All supplies are linked in the grid below)
To begin, I die cut a panel of Accent white cardstock (this stuff is a dream and only $13 per ream) with the So Sweet dies.
Then, before separating the die cuts from their negative, I placed the whole thing in my MISTI and lined up the coordinating stamps to each one.
Next, I inked them up with Picket Fence Hybrid Ink (which is Copic friendly) and stamped the images onto each die cut.
Then, I colored in the images with Copic markers with my Storybook Style Coloring Method. It pairs perfectly with the whimsy of Anita Jeram's images. Here I used: R32, R35, R39, YG67, YG63, YG61, E13, E18 & E79.
After coloring in the images, I added some grass on a card panel with YG67, YG61 and YG63.
Next, I trimmed down the panel a 1/4" on all sides.
Then, I stamp the sentiment over the scene in black ink.
Next, I popped up the panel over an A2 sized card base with foam tape.
After that, I popped up the colored images with little foam squares.
To finish off the card, I used Boiled Sugar Jelly Hearts and Hero Arts Precision Glue.
I have another card over on my blog, here!
You will find a grid of all the supplies I used to create this card, below. Thank you for joining me today on the blog and I hope you enjoy your week!
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