Today's card is being entered into the following challenges:
#SSSIGCHALLENGE - Spring Has Sprung
LAWN FAWNATICS CHALLENGE 72 – INSPIRED BY A BOOK, MOVIE OR SONG!
Stamplorations March Stencil Challenge
Inkspirational Challenge 208 - Designer's Choice - Animal
Shopping Our Stash #415 - Is It Summer Yet??? AND A DT CALL
Are y'all playing along with The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge? It's to work on your coloring everyday. This is my Day 9 coloring project.
My card is that scene from Lady and the Tramp where they spend the night out after their Italian dinner. To create this card, I used my We R Precision Press Advanced. This system only comes with one plate. But, you can buy extras.
I put the cardstock in the Press. Then I laid one of the dog stamps on the card and press it onto one of the plates. I used my second plate. to position the second dog and pressed my plate onto it. Then I stamped the Tramp onto my cardstock piece and a Post-It. The Post-It was then fussy cut and used as a mask. After placing the Tramp mask on top of him. I then stamped the Lady stamp on top of it. Then I brought out another Post-It and stamped it to create a Lady mask. When both dogs were stamped. I then used my colored pencils and baby oil to blend the pencil lines out.
Then I used both masks to cover up both of the dogs. I brought out my grass stencil and applied ink. Then I used a mask to cover that. And I then cut a circle from the same Post-It to create a moon. Next, I brought out my makeup brush to apply ink, to create the nights sky. When that was done, I brought out my acrylic paint to create stars.
|Stamps: Lawn Fawn Critters at the Dog Park|
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy|
|Ink: CTMH Intense Black, New England Ivy, Pacifica|
|Accessories: Amazon makeup brush, homemade stencil (MFT Grassy Edges), Prismacolor Premier Salmon Pink, Blush Pink, Light Peach, Terra Cotta, Black Raspberry, 30% French Grey, 50% French Grey, 70% French Grey, 90% French Grey, Fantastix, Baby Oil, M.Graham & Co Titanium White|
A complete list of the supplies is under the picture. The list, contains compensated affiliate links. If you wish to create a similar card. There is no cost to you for using the links. But it does provide funds to help continue this blog.
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