Wednesday, July 11, 2018

MFT Summer School 2018: Repetition

Here's my card for the Repetition challenge over at My Favorite Things Summer School.  My stamp positioner was invaluable in making it!  No way I would have gotten all those sentiments even otherwise.

I used the Radiating Rays stencil by My Favorite Things and sponged Broken China Distress Oxide ink through it onto white cardstock.  I then stamped multiple lines of a sentiment from Sow Much Cuteness by My Favorite Things in black ink.  After I finished stamping, I cut the piece with a stitched rectangle from the Blueprints 20 die set.

I stamped a cute pig image from Sow Much Cuteness on white cardstock and colored it with Copic markers.  I went over the whole thing with a clear Wink of Stella pen for lots of sparkle.  Then I added Glossy Accents to the belly, nose, and hooves.  Hopefully you can see it in the close-up picture.  I fussy cut the image.  Again...note to self...get the matching dies.   lol

I popped up the pig with foam tape and adhered it to the center of the sentiment block.  Doesn't he look so happy about a birthday?  I love how the stenciled lines make it look like he's singing out loud.  Or dancing.  Perfectly natural!

I glued the white panel (raised slightly with additional cardstock) and a piece of Perfectly Plaid: Rainbow patterned paper by Lawn Fawn onto a black card base.  Finally, I added a few clear sequins by Pretty Pink Posh for additional sparkle.

It's sow cute!  (pun intended)  This card really makes me smile.  It was a lot of fun to make!

Stamps:  Sow Much Cuteness (My Favorite Things)
Ink:  Tuxedo Black (Memento); Broken China (Distress Oxide)
Paper:  White, True Black (Papertrey Ink); Perfectly Plaid: Rainbow (Lawn Fawn)
Copic:  C1, C3, R01, R20, R30
Misc:  Blueprints 20 die (My Favorite Things); Radiating Rays stencil (My Favorite Things); Glossy Accents (Ranger); clear Wink of Stella pen; Sparkling Clear sequins (Pretty Pink Posh); stamp positioner; sponge tool

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