Friday, February 16, 2018

Your Next Stamp Challenge 83

Hello fellow card makers.

Today I am sharing my project for Your Next Stamp Challenge #83. This is a biweekly sketch and/or color combination challenge. To play along with us or to check out the rest of the design teams inspiration (CLICK HERE!) to visit the Your Next Stamp blog. You can use either the sketch, the color combination, or both. Here is a look at this weeks sketch/color combo.

This week I was more inspired by the color combination that I was the sketch. I really just wanted to play with the new Your Next Stamp window die. So my card features it and the new Woodland Jessica stamp set.

I started with stamping some images from the Woodland Jessica stamp set with Versafine Toffee on Ranger watercolor cardstock. This ink is waterproof and I new I wanted to break out my Distress markers to have a play. I colored them with Distress markers and added some accents with my favorite colored pencil the Faber Castell Goldfaber pencils. Then I used the coordinating dies to cut out my images.

For the background, I used the new Window Panel die and cut it out of Neenah 110 lb cardstock. I took the negative pieces of the die cut panel and ink blended some clouds with Versamagic Aspen Mist and then some ground from Versamagic Thatched Straw. I used the MFT mini cloud stencil to make the clouds. I adhered the window panel die flat to a top folding Neenah A2 sized card base with Tombow Mono liquid adhesive. I also adhered the newly ink blended negative panels into the spots that they were taken from, using the Tombow Mono liquid adhesive.

I stamped the sentiment with Distress Oxide Ink in Vintage Photo. I adhered all of my elements to the card front with the same liquid adhesive. I added a little bit of colored pencil accents that you can barely see in the photo. I cut the part of the tree that was hanging off my card and presto, I'm done!

Thank you for visiting my blog today. If there is time, you should (CLICK HERE!) to play along with us over at Your Next Stamp with Challenge #83.


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