Hello Evelin T Designs friends, Annette Allen here with you today and I am sharing a card that I created using the new Pup-tastic Christmas and Be Merry stamp sets. I did a little masking magic with these sweet images. It is the cutest caroling group ever.
I first stamped all the images and used masking magic so the images look as one stamp set. I kept the masking tape on so I could create this fun background. I first blended Ranger Oxide inks Worn Lipstick and Tumbled glass then added this fun stencil using Cracked Pistachio.
I peeled the masking tape and colored the images with Copic sketch markers. Once it was all colored I splattered a bit of Copic opaque to give the look of snow. Finishing up with stamping the notes and sentiment from the Pup-tastic Christmas stamp set.
I thought I was missing something so I added this fun striped strip of designer paper to the bottom. That completed the look that I was going for.
Well that is all for today.
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- Gina K Masking Magic Sheets- AMZ
- Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ
- Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ
- Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ
- Copic Sketch Markers Set A – AMZ
- Copic Marker Opaque White – AMZ
Happy Monday! It’s Amy here with a bit of a caffeinated card design that I designed especially for the Fall | Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop. Evelin T Designs is one of the Super Sponsors for this event. Link up a caffeinated design for a chance to win.
My project uses images from the Be Merry set. The images have been stamped on Bristol and colored with Karin brushmarkers. I tend to be a copic girl but love the look of watercoloring.
The sentiment is from the Season’s Greeting set.
The background is a blended Distress Oxide one by Kristina Werner:
Antique Linen | Dried Marigold | Crackling Campfire
If you’re new to ink blending, I highly recommend the Distress Oxides and Bristol paper. Distress Oxides are much more forgiving the the original Distress Inks. By also using the blending brushes and Bristol paper, it makes the color transition a bit more seamless. I could never get the foam applicators to work for me.
I hope you have an amazing week!
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- Bristol Smooth Cardstock – AMZ
- Karin Brush Markers – AMZ
- Antique Linen Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ
- Dried Marigold Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ
- Crackling Campire Distress Oxide Ink – AMZ