Hello Baby!

I've loved this little "Bambi" stamp since the first moment that I saw it, and of course, this set called Forest Friends was purchased right away. I've combined several stamp sets for this Baby card today. The sentiment is from a new release called Teeny Tiny Wishes and will be available for purchase on July 1st. This stamp set contains 24 (yes, 24!) different small sentiments for just about every occasion that can occur throughout the year. It is perfectly sized for many Stampin Up punches to make little labels like I've done above on this card. The little faces of the bunny and fawn were stamped again on some scrap cardstock, cut out, and popped up with dimensional popdots. The background panel was sponged after running it through the BigShot and adding the dotted texture to it. The entire tree from Thoughts & Prayers was inked up with Green Galore, then the trunk and branches were colored in with Chocolate Chip. Hint - You can do this as long as your 2nd color is darker than your first, so it doesn't mess up your marker/ink colors. The main panel's sky and grass were sponged in after stamping the tree and animals to create my scene. The grass sprouts were hand drawn with the pen side of the Green Galore marker.
Have an awesome day.... see you next time.... :)
Stamps - Teeny Tiny Wishes, Forest Friends, Thoughts & Prayers
Paper - Green Galore, Chocolate Chip, Pacific Point, white
Inks - Green Galore, Close to Cocoa, Pacific Point, Baja Breeze, Creamy Caramel, Markers: Chocolate Chip, Green Galore
Accessories - Brads, sponge, dimensional popdots, BigShot, SU dotted texturz plate, round tab punch


Jamie Hurley said...

I was seriously considering trading this stamp set up until today! Very cute.

Lisa said...

Very cute card! All the stamp sets you used look like they go prefect together. I love it!

Twila said...

So cute. Love the colors you used. You've been busy haven't you?

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I so love the idea of sponging on the embossed paper for a neat texture. Great combination of stamps. Amazing work! I love your style, girlfriend.

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