Hi there I'm back!! Did you miss me? Sorry for todays late blog post but I've been on the school run then I had to run a couple of errands.
So just a quick post today to let you see what Scotty too Hotty and I got up to in the Easter holidays. We made this little fellow.
Scott's home work during the holidays was to make a 3d fish so we made Willy from some retired stampin up fabric and stuffed him with cotton balls. Scotty is off to Grimsby tomorrow on a trip as part of this terms topic which is all about the sea.
Good Morning dear readers, I hope today finds you well and in fine spirits. Another tutorial for you today.
Here's today's card;
I'm feeling very spring like, can you tell?
Here's what you'll need;
So Grateful Stamp Set
Daffodil Delight Card and Ink
Wild Wasabi Ink
Whisper White Card
Scalloped Oval Punch
Decorative Label Punch
Start with a 6" square card base in daffodil delight.
Cut two pieces of whisper white card measuring 5 3/4" square glue one of these to the inside of your base card.
On your other piece of whisper white stamp out the corner image from the so grateful stamp set, in all four corners of your card in black ink. Remember if you are going to colour the image with stampin write markers to used black stazon ink. Colour your image, I used spectrum Noir pens CT1, CT4, DG2
Add this to the front of your base card.
Stamp out a sentiment from the so grateful set in wild wasabi ink, punch this out using the scalloped oval and ink the edges in wild wasabi ink. Punch out a decorative label in daffodil delight and ink the edges of this in the same colour. Add your sentiment to this.
Punch out some petite petals in daffodil delight and also the small scalloped circle from the itty bitty punch pack, ink the edges of all of these in the same ink. Then add your scallaoped circles to the middle of your petite petals so that they look like daffodils. Add the sentiment to the middle of your card and arrange the daffodils around it.
If you'd like any of the products used to make this card please click on the pictures below which will take you to my online shop.