Fluffy Flamingos

11 June, 2019 3 comments Leave a comment

Today we're sharing a couple of cards using a set called Fluffy Flamingos.

Happy Anniversary To A Wonderful Couple

Instructions

  • A6 white card base (4" x 5.5" approx.) portrait
  • Stamp flamingos in black ink on to 10 cm x 14 cm white card, masking each image prior to stamping the next until all images are masked
  • Die cut a heart aperture from masking paper and adhere over the image
  • Create background using ink blending technique with pale turquoise ink
  • Remove mask, colour image with markers and add white highlight detail with gel pen, then adhere to card base using foam sheet cut to size
  • Stamp sentiment with black ink

 

True Friends Don't Judge Each Other They Judge Other People Together

Instructions

  • A6 white card base (4" x 5.5" approx.) portrait
  • Stamp flamingos in black ink on to 10 cm x 14 cm white card, masking each image prior to stamping the next until all images are masked
  • Die cut a circle aperture from masking paper and adhere over the image
  • Create background using ink blending technique with pale blue ink
  • Remove mask, colour image with markers and add white highlight detail with gel pen, then adhere to card base using foam sheet cut to size
  • Stamp sentiment with black ink

Thank you for looking and happy stamping!

 

Clearly Besotted Supplies

Other Supplies

  • Neenah Solar White 110lb card stock
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
  • VersaFine Onyx Black ink pad
  • VersaColor Pale Aqua and Cerulean Blue ink pads
  • Copic Sketch markers
  • Uni-ball Signo white gel pen
  • Inkadinkado stamping mask paper
  • Ranger mini ink blending tool
  • MISTI stamping platform

 

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  1. Sheila June 16, 2019

    I’ve bought the fluffy flamingo set and can’t wait to have a go. If my card is only half as good as you’re I will be very happy.

  2. Pooja June 12, 2019

    Wonderful cards !!

  3. Sheila June 12, 2019

    Absolutely adore these flamingos. You certainly have a way of putting character into your stamps.