The One with the Colorado Craft Company Summer Garden Release with Anita Jeram
Today I have two cards made from Colorado Craft Company's NEW Summer Garden Release with Anita Jeram. To check out the entire NEW Summer Garden release (CLICK HERE!).
For the first card I used the NEW Carrot On stamp set. I stamped my images in Ranger Jet black ink and colored them using my Derwent Inktense pencils. I have a list of the exact colors I used below.
I cut out a few circles from Bristol paper to create my background. I also stamped the grass from the NEW Greener Grass stamp set also from the Summer Garden release onto those circles. Using the three circles I formed a collage behind my focal image to create an environment for my adorable bunny to live in. I also cut some leaves to use as "bunny ears" on my two smaller circles. I bent one of the leaves used like a floppy bunny ear.
The sentiment was stamped in a coordinating ink. I fussy cut my images and the sentiment but I know there are coordinating dies available.
I used foam adhesive to pop up my circles and some glue dots to adhere my leaf ears. The panel was placed onto a fog card base with tear tape adhesive and craft foam for some dimension.
For the second card I started with a piece of heavy weight white cardstock cut to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4. I used the NEW Summer Garden background stamp but only inked up the small guinea pig type image with gray ink and stamp it into the bottom right corner of my panel.
I stamped the larger of that same image from the NEW Peas Forgive Me stamp set using the same jet black ink as the card above and colored it with Inktense pencils. I stamped a few more cabbages and colored them up as well.
I stamped the sentiment using the same black ink directly onto the card panel. Then I added it to a fog card base using craft foam and tear tape adhesive.
Peas Forgive Me
MFT Cement Gray
CP Madeira Spice
FSJ-Dots Embossing folder
Don't forget to (CLICK HERE!) to see the entire NEW Summer Garden release from Colorado Craft Company.
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