Friday, November 1, 2019

Creating Small Scenes with Die Cuts | Art Impressions Feast Mode Stamp Set

Happy November! Today I have a card and video to show you. Can you believe we are only two months away from the New Year?! This year has gone by so quickly. This week I'm creating some cards with the Feast Mode set. These critters are ready to munch on their food hauls!

The Copic Markers I used are listed below.
Watch the card process video here or on Youtube.

I started off by stamping the 3 critters on to some Neenah 80lb card stock and coloring them with some Copic markers. To add some fun details I used a white gel pen on each critter stamp image for highlights. I made sure to leave enough space between the images while I was stamping them, so that I could use one of the Art Impressions Circle double stitch dies. This creates mini scenes that you can arrange on a card front, and since Art Impressions has a lot of different die shapes that would easily replace the circles I used, that makes for a lot of fun possibilities! 

After coloring and die cutting the critters from the Feast Mode stamp set I adhered craft foam behind each circle so that they are popped up a bit. Then I adhered those to a card base which I already glued a burnt orange card stock and coordinating pattern paper to. I finished up this the front of this card really quick by stamping the "Feast Mode" sentiment and die cutting with a small flag die. 

Copic Markers Used:
W6, W3, W1, W0
E81, E77, E74, E43, E35, E34
Y38, Y35, Y18, R08, R05
R83, R81, R12
B95, B93, B91
YG67, YG63, YG61

Thank you so much for joining me today! Happy Stamping!

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