Friday, August 30, 2019

Here for the Party | Art Impressions Sloth-some set


Hey everyone! I thought this little sloth looked like he was ready to party and I thought it would be fun to mix up a few Art Impressions stamp sets. For this one I used the hanging sloth from the Sloth-some set and also the sentiment from the Never Too Old Laugh Lines set. This Sloth may be slow but he is ready to party.


For the last card I did using the sloth-some set I used colored pencils, so I thought I would use Copic Markers this time. You can find the list of colors I used below. I really didn't know what colors I was going to use this time, but I have been using a lot of blue lately. Which then led to orange and yellow. So that is what I basted the pattern paper off of. 


I used the largest 3 ovals from the Oval Double Stitch die set and stacked them over the sloth. Creating a tunnel focal point. For the sentiment I used some navy blue cardstock and heat embossed it, with white embossing powder. I decided to cut the sentiment apart with a paper trimmer because i didn't want to cover the balloon lol. So I cut it and stacked it right above the branch. 


For the inside I used several of the sentiments from the Sloth-some set to continue the party theme from the outside. I die cut that with a Rectangle Double Stitch die and layered that over top of the plaid pattern paper oval, which is a left over from the front! 

Copic Markers Used:
W9, W3, W0, R81, E81
B99, B95, B93, B91
E18, E17, E15, E31
Y38, Y35
Y02, Y00

Alright that is it from me today! Thank you so much for joining me. Happy Stamping! 


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