Under My Umbrella

Today we're sharing a card using a set called Under My Umbrella.

I've Got You Covered

Instructions

  • A6 white card base (4" x 5.5" approx.) portrait
  • Die cut large rectangle aperture from mylar sheet to create reusable stencil
  • Position custom made stencil centrally on top of 10 cm x 14 cm white card and secure in place with washi tape
  • Ink blend background using mini ink blending tool with purple and blue ink
  • Add skyline using mini ink blending tool and skyline stencil with black ink
  • Add window detail using mini ink blending tool and skyline stencil with white pigment ink
  • Remove stencil and adhere to card base using foam sheet cut to size and adhesive runner
  • Stamp fox and umbrella in black ink on to separate white card, colour with markers and add white highlight detail with marker pen
  • Cut out fox and umbrella with scissors and adhere to card with foam pads
  • Stamp sentiment in watermark ink, sprinkle over white embossing powder and set with heat tool

    Thank you for looking and happy stamping!

     

    Clearly Besotted Supplies

    Other Supplies

    • Neenah Solar White 110lb card stock
    • Spellbinders Nestabilities rectangle dies
    • Mylar sheet 190 micron
    • Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
    • VersaFine Onyx Black ink pad
    • VersaMark watermark ink pad
    • Simon Says Stamp white pigment ink
    • Versacolor Ink pads
    • Copic Sketch markers
    • Uni Posca PC-1MR white marker
    • Ranger mini ink blending tool
    • White embossing powder
    • Heat tool
    • MISTI stamping platform
    • Washi tape, adhesive runner, white foam sheets

     

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    3 comments

    Delightful cards! Love this fun release!

    Denise Bryant

    All of these are amazing! I love the scenes you have created with the skies and buildings especially. Why didn’t I think of that?! And perfectly timed with the horrible weather! xx

    Michelle Short

    Very topical at the moment. Can rain be bright and cheerful? Certainly can with these stamps.

    Sheila

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