Hi dear friends!
The time has come for another inspiration. I must admit that as soon as I received Crafty Meraki products, I couldn't wait to finally use this beautiful background. I knew from the first moment that I would combine it with the colors of the rainbow. It is, of course, about the "Crafty plais" die-cut.
This time, perhaps, my card will surprise you, since you won't find many scenery elements on it. However, this time I wanted to show you, on the spur of the moment, that you don't need a lot of stamps to make interesting cards.
For my inspiration today I used only one stamp. Or actually two, if we count the lettering as well. And that was enough to create something interesting.
I started, of course, traditionally, by reflecting the stamps on paper, and then colored them with alcohol markers. The teddy bear is from the "Birthday Bears" set, while the lettering is from the "Roaring good time" set. As I have mentioned many times before, this is my favorite technique for creating cards.
Next, I prepared myself a base background, onto which I applied Oxide inks in the colors of the rainbow. Of course, I tried to choose the colors and order in such a way that they matched the teddy bears.
At the very end it was time to use a die-cutter for the background. If you need to quickly clean the punch from small parts, I recommend a clothes roll with a sticky coating. It certainly won't solve the whole problem, but I guarantee you that this way you will get rid of a really large part of the tiny pieces and thus save a lot of time.
I really hope you enjoyed my inspiration today.
I wish you a lot of creativity
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