I started by stamping the silly dog and bird, then colored them with Copics and lastly die cut them.
The background is both fun and vibrant. I ink blended distress ink onto watercolor paper and then I “bleached” circles for a bokeh look. For the bleaching, I took a circle stamp, painted water on with a paint brush and then stamped the circle onto my background.
Hello there and welcome! It\’s all about masculine cards this week at Watercooler Wednesday and Dawn is our hostess. I hope you will stop by the website, see what the artists have created and then submit one of your cards.
In my family, men (and ladies too!) enjoy a good humorous card. This dog (Fetch by Photoplay) makes me smile every time I use him. This is a simple one layer panel mounted on a Lilac A2 card.
Supplies used :
Photoplay Fetch Altenew Pinstripes Background Stamp SSS Brush Stroke Messages Sentiment Hero Arts Lilac Ink Copic markers MFT Stitched rectangular die STAX set 2 Inkadinkadoo Stamping Mask Paper
I stamped Fetch, colored with Copics, masked and then stamped the background stamp in lilac. I love how the dog almost makes a perfect square. I am entering this card in: June Papercraft Challenge
Hello there! I was at a cardmaking convention in February and saw this humorous dog and die set (Photo Play – Fetch) and knew I could make some really fun cards. Don\’t you love how the dog almost makes a perfect square?
I started by stamping Fetch and the small bird (SSS Stacking Animals), coloring with Copics and die-cutting. I knew I wanted to frame the little vignette so I die-cut a large frame. I had previously made the background (Tim Holtz Bricked Layering Stencil) in a bright vivid blue. Next I stamped the Hello sentiment (Altenew Pinstripes Background Stamp Set) on the frame. I wanted to emphasize the frame so I used foam tape to adhere the frame and animal die-cuts to the bricked background. I think this is a cheery little card that will be fun to send to a friend.
I am entering this card in the following challenges: