Isn’t this the cutest card. I also love that you don’t have to stamp a load of bricks as the paper is from the bloom where you are planted papers. The sentiments in the stamp set make this card fun.
You can make it too!
- Cinnamon Cider: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, 5-1/2” x 4”
- Basic White: 5-1/4” x 4” (inside of card); Scraps for all of the images, large enough to die cut
- Bloom Where You’re Planted Brick Pattern DSP: 5-1/2” x 4”
- Fold the large piece of Cinnamon Cider cardstock in half and sharpen the crease with a Bone Folder. Set aside.
- Glue the Designer Series Paper to the smaller piece of Cinnamon Cider cardstock. Don’t be stingy as this entire layer will be die cut.
- Using the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine and the Picture This die with the circles, die cut the DSP/cardstock layer. Punch out the circles, and then use the largest Stitched Rectangle to cut around the edge of the layer. Attach to the card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Stamp the goats and tin can onto scrap Basic White cardstock using Memento ink. Colour the images using Stampin’ Blends as follows:
- Dark Cinnamon Cider for the horns (no blending)
- Ivory for the wool at the top of their heads
- Dark & Light Crumb Cake for their bodies and the can
- Dark & Light Polished Pink for the flower
- Stamp the ‘cake’ sentiment onto a smaller piece of scrap Basic White cardstock. Carefully ink the ‘… but I’ part of the sentiment and stamp onto scrap white cardstock. Clean the stamp, and then carefully ink the ‘Ate it’ side of the stamp. Stamp immediately below the ‘… but I’ words. You could do this with a Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker but it’s not difficult to do with the Memento ink pad.
- Die cut each image individually using the Picture This die. Glue all six images onto the card base.
- If you’d like, stamp a tin can in the bottom right corner of the larger Basic White cardstock and then attach to the inside of the card.
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