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Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Rust Green and Brown Fox

This is a nice simple masculine card made using a free set of stamps that came with the first issue of Get Stamping. (I've not seen whether there was an Issue 2 or not).


The fox image was stamped onto white card using Memento Potter's Clay die ink and die cut using a Nestabilities circle die. This was then matted onto a rust-coloured cardstock diecut with a Labels 3 Nestabilities die.

A strip of the striped paper from the First Edition New Leaf paper pad was also matted onto the rust cardstock and added across the centre of the card, with the image panel matted over the top to the left hand side.

 
The sentiment, from the Amy R Be Happy sentiments stamp set, was stamped using the Potter's Clay ink and die cut using a Classic Oval Nestabilities die. The oval was shaded using the Potter's Clay ink with the die still in place over the die cut, creating a white frame. This was then matted onto a Labels 25 die cut and added in the bottom right corner.

 
To finish the front of the card, copper coloured Card Candi by Craftwork Cards were added in the top right and bottom left corners of the card.
 
The inside of the card was also decorated, using almost an identical layout as the front.
 
The sentiment, from the Bo Bunny Sentiments stamp set, was used to add the greeting to the inside of the card.

1 comment:

Amanda said...

Fab card, really like the fox image. Hugs, Amanda X

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