Good morning friends! Today I'm sharing a card using a stamp set designed by Tracey Hey.
With our current situation we probably need lots of cards to send to our friends these days, right? I picked up this cute Hampton Art Rhino Rascals stamp set from Simon Says Stamp. I think these little rhinos are adorable and perfect to use for all-occasion cards. I stamped the images on Neenah cardstock, ran them through my ScanNCut, and colored them with copics. I used Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Ink and the Newtons Nook Gingham stencil to sponge some ink onto the base of my card. I stamped a sentiment from the Hello Bluebird McGregor's Garden. I diecut the scalloped frame using the Hello Bluebird Gallery Frame 2 and adhered it to my card using foam tape. I adhered the rhino and hearts with foam tape and added white highlights to the rhino cheeks with a gel pen.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Stay healthy and safe!
I would like to enter my card in the following challenge:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
I'm in love with this project! The rhino, scalloped edges and pink gingham are adorable. I'm trying to figure out how you colored the background with that stencil - I can see you rotated it 90 degrees. Then did you color the squares separate?ReplyDelete
Thank you Barbara, I'm so happy you like it. I placed the stencil on my cardstock and lightly sponged the ink. Then I flipped the stencil over so that the "front" of the stencil was now facing down on my cardstock, and I moved the stencil down one row (I hope this makes sense?) then sponged a little more ink over it. I can't take credit for coming up with this idea though. I saw it on a card someone created. I'll try to remember where I saw it and if her directions explain it better I'll let you know where you can go to see it. Hope that helps!Delete
Cool, thanks! Yes that make sense now. :DDelete
Oh my gosh, this is sooooo sweet! I love the background. I think I need to go and buy this stencil. Fab work! XxReplyDelete