Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Your Next Stamp - Mini Tweet Holiday Greetings
Oh so cute... I loved this little chick so much that I made 6 of them. This stamp set is by Your Next Stamp and is called Mini Tweet Holiday Greetings.
CYNS513 Stamp set
Copic Color Chart
Yellow - Y02 Y15 Y38
Beak - YR04 YR18
White - C1
Green - YG11 YG13 YG17
Red - R24 R29 R59
Orange - YR04 YR07 E08
Blue - B21 B23 B24
Light Blue - B00 B02 B04
Aqua - BG11 BG13 BG18
This cheerful winter season card is made up of a few layers. I started the card by using a medium blue card stock for the base. Then using a bright cobalt blue I cut the windows using a die from Elizabeth Craft Designs called Garden Patch (1002), adding foam behind this cut out. I then traced the outside edge of the die on school bus yellow paper (to match the chicks) I cut a little on the inside of the traced edge so not to show the yellow on the outside when piecing the card together. I adhered the yellow to the center of the card, adhering the window framed die piece over it.
I found the blue snowflakes paper in the 6x6 paper pad by Bo Bunny called Winter Getaway Collection.
I cut 6 squares out of the snowflakes paper using the smallest square of the Dotted squares Dies by Sizzix - Stephanie Barnard.
I arranged the chicks in each of the windows putting foam under each so they would lay flat. I then chose the "Baby it's cold outside" sentiment from the Tim Holtz quote chips - Christmas #TH93753.
Please be sure to subscribe to my blog and follow me on instagram @paper.crafting.angie
Happy Crafting :)
You can almost smell the rose on this pretty card. I used the stamp set by Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps called Rosie Fairy. Copic Colo...
I am very excited to share that after being absolutely obsessed with Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps, I shared my work and was chosen a...
Leave some love at each stop on the hop because some random commenters are going to WIN some $$ to the krafty shop! Welcome ba...
Welcome back to our FOURTH and final day of Krafty Peeks for the January release at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps! Today we've ...