It’s the second Wednesday of August which means it’s time for a Designers Choice Challenge at The House That Stamp Built! Today, Cherri is hosting our challenge and she has chosen “Who Let The Dogs Out.” Another great theme Cheri!
For my “Who Let The Dogs Out” card I stenciled a background using Simon Says Stamp paw print stencil with distress inks. I then stamped Repeat Impressions “Golden Retriever 8121-P” on Bristol Smooth paper to create my focal image. I added “hi friend” from Repeat Impressions “Hello Cling” set.
I wonder who will “let your dogs out” this week over at The House that Stamps Built. Happy Wednesday!
The Crafty Nurse here with more inspiration using the April Technique Junkies Release. If you haven’t stopped by and gotten a peek at all the new releases, I would do so soon as tomorrow is the last day of the 15% discount on the April Release.
For my card I used “Crabby Set of 3 #PS008” over the Goosebumps Double Stencil technique on the Artistic Effects CD. The sprays are Art Anthology “Waimea Bay” and “Warm” over a Simon Says Stamp wave stencil.
This is a great stamp for so many techniques and with the added sentiments, can be a fun and quirky card. Hope you’ll stop by Technique Junkies to pick up some really great supplies!
Enjoy the inspiration using the April release. Happy Stamping!
Hello fellow Technique Junkie Friends. Today I’m bringing you some inky goodness using a new August Release stamp called “Paw Prints SD#641” now available at the Technique Junkies Store. This stamp is perfect for anyone who has a four-legged friend. He actually looks like our golden retriever whom we miss very much.
I began by clear heat embossing the image over Versafine Black Onyx ink onto smooth bristol paper. I then applied Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers in yellow and orange and blended out with water.
The background is made using Distress Stains applied to my craft mat and soaked up in stages making sure to dry in between layers. I then stenciled the paw print stencil I bought at Simon Says Stamp using Adirondack Espresso ink.
By for now,
The Crafty Nurse