January Release Countdown Teasers Day 1: Egyptian Feline

Happy New Year!  Thank you very much for popping by today, hope you had a fabulous Christmas.

The countdown teasers for January start today with six new stamp sets coming on the 6th of January. 

Today we're introducing a couple of stamp sets called Egyptian Feline and Says It All.

Mother's Day You Are An Amazing Mother

Instructions

  • A6 white card base (4" x 5.5" approx.) portrait
  • Stamp cat, cushion, gems and piles of gold in black ink on to 10 cm x 13.5 cm white card, masking each image prior to stamping the next until all images are masked
  • Create background using ink blending technique with yellow and orange ink and mini ink blending tool
  • Remove all masks, colour image with markers and add white highlight detail with gel pen, then attach to card base using foam sheet cut to size
  • Manually draw additional background detail using markers
  • Die cut speech bubble from separate white card, stamp sentiment in black ink and adhere to card using foam pads
  • Stamp second sentiment in black ink
  • Watch colouring video for this card here

 

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History

Instructions

  • 10.5 cm square white card base (4" x 4" approx.)
  • Die cut four small square apertures from mylar sheet (or your preferred medium) to create stencil
  • Position custom made stencil centrally on top of 10 cm x 10 cm white card and secure in place with washi tape
  • Create background using ink blending technique with pale blue ink and mini ink blending tool
  • Add heart detail on top using stencil, white pigment ink and mini ink blending tool, then remove all stencils
  • Stamp cats and accessories in black ink on to separate white card, colour with combination of markers and pencils and add white highlight detail with gel pen
  • Cut out cats and accessories with scissors and adhere to card using foam pads
  • Stamp sentiment in black ink

 

Get Well Soon Wishing You A Speedy Recovery

Instructions

  • A6 white card base (4" x 5.5" approx.) portrait
  • Die cut circle aperture from mylar sheet (or your preferred medium) to create stencil
  • Position custom made stencil centrally on top of 10 cm x 13.5 cm white card and secure in place with washi tape
  • Create background using ink blending technique with orange and yellow ink and mini ink blending tool, then remove stencil
  • Stamp hieroglyphics in black ink, then adhere to card base using foam sheet cut to size
  • Stamp cats and accessories in black ink on to separate white card, colour with combination of markers and pencils and add white highlight detail with gel pen
  • Cut out cats and accessories with scissors and adhere to card using foam pads
  • Die cut speech bubble from separate white card, stamp sentiment in black ink and adhere to card using foam pads
  • Stamp second sentiment in black ink

Please check in on our fantastic Design Team for more countdown teasers today:

Thank you for looking and happy stamping!

 

Clearly Besotted Supplies

Other Supplies

  • Neenah Solar White 110lb card stock
  • Spellbinders Nestabilities circle dies
  • Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
  • VersaFine Onyx Black ink pad
  • Simon Says Stamp white pigment ink
  • Versacolor Ink pads
  • Copic Sketch markers
  • FaberCastell Polychromos pencils
  • Uni-ball Signo white gel pen
  • Mylar sheet 190 micron
  • Inkadinkado stamping mask paper
  • Ranger mini ink blending tool
  • MISTI stamping platform

 

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8 comments

Good grief, these are so cute! I can’t believe the creative scenes and those sweet little kitties.

SHartl

What better way to kick off 2020 with some fabulous CS stamps. Oh my – you never disappoint. Wonderful as always x

Yvonne

Aw, Cleo-cat-ra, coming atcha. They are so cute and clever.

Morag Drummond

Only recently discovered your stamp company and am ooohing and aaahing over all the adorable designs. These cards are so wonderfully colored, and the kitties are so sweet.

karenladd

WOW ! Stunning designs as always off yourselves. If this is the start what’s to follow ?

Andrea Hastilow

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