The One with the Little Pilot Card Project
Today I have a card project featuring a NEW digital stamp from Rachelle Anne Miller. This little guy is so cute. My card totally has a Pixar vibe to it, on purpose. I found this awesome cloud patterned paper at Hobby Lobby the last time I was in shopping. I used the Little Pilot image as the focal point for this card.
If you would like to see more stamps (digital or non-digital) from Rachelle (CLICK HERE!) to visit her site and check out all of her beautiful illustrations.
My very first design team was on a digi team a long long time ago. I typically enjoy physical stamps better, just because I am a stamper, not for any other reason. I think digital stamps are a fantastic option for card makers and paper crafters alike. If you are just looking to get your hands on images to color them and have the ability to manipulate the size of the image then digis are definitely an option for you.
This card was super simple to put together. I cut my patterned paper background to 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 inches and used a tape runner to secure it to an A2 size card base scored in a top folding portrait orientation. The background paper and the image go so well together. I have a Kolour Map sharing all of the alcohol markers I used on this image.
I scaled my image in Silhouette Studio and used their print then cut feature to print and cut out my image before coloring. I used about a .30 offset line to cut out the image. I love using Silhouette Studio for this because the program allows you to manipulate the cut lines. I'm still learning the software but I think it did a wonderful job.
I also fussy cut some of the clouds from a scrap piece of the patterned paper. I popped up the image as well as the clouds using foam squares. the sentiment was stamped onto white cardstock using a coordinating blue ink. The "lets be friends until we're old and bonkers" is a NEW set called Sassy Pants Birthday Greetings 3
I hope that I've inspired you to create something today. Remember to check out Rachelle and her illustrations HERE!
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