Sunday, July 1, 2018

Ink Road Stamps -June Inked Stamp of the Month Club

Hello Ya'll-

Today I got the chance to create with the newest Ink Road monthly stamp club stamp Kristen. This little lady is so cute. This month is a laundry theme with great sentiments.







I decided to create a background using the laundry basket at her feet. The basket was connected to the little girl. I cut the stamp apart. (It is completely fine to cut your stamps if it fits your project. You can always connect them back on an acrylic block or using a stamping tool).

First I stamped the little girl on a card panel of Neenah Solar White 80 lb using Brutus Monroe Raven ink. with a Misti Tool. I also created a mask to cover the stamp so I could stamp the laundry baskets over the stamp as well, which will put them in the background.




I used Gina K Amalgan black ink, a copic friendly ink, to stamp out the laundry baskets.  Once they were randomly stamped I used copic markers (colors are listed below) to color the baskets and little girl. I did very simple coloring, not much blending at all. The areas were small and easy to color. 

For the sentiment I used a Lawn Fawn Circle die and stamped the sentiment in Versafine ink attaching it with score tape and a foam backing. 





For the final touches I added Nuvo Aqua Shimmer pen to the laundry baskets and mounted the panel on a card base from Lawn Fawn in the color  Sugarplum. 


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Have a blessed day!

-Heather 



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