Hello. Welcome. I was lucky enough to win a prize at the 7 Kids birthday bash on fb and it arrived today and I couldn't wait to get busy with this lovely Brutus Monroe stencil and the pink nuvo glitter paste. That perfectly fitted for a christmas card I had in mind so here we go, Prima doll in a blue and pink winter wonderland.
I had to think about this, cos I wanted to keep it one layer. I cut my blue card base with Stamplorations Crazy Double stitched rectangle die. Then I took the B/M folkwave stencil and the pink Nuvo glimmer paste. Oooh, yummy. It dried really fast as well. Very useful for impatient crafting. Then I put my Prima doll on my acrylic block, inked her, flipped it over and she dropped like a stone onto my card!!!! The air turned shades of purple. Deep breathe, apply pressure with the acrylic block, pick her up and survey the damage! Sigh of relief, just a bit of extra ink around her boot bows and hat. Hopefully no one will notice. I coloured her with sharpies, which hold their colour really well on coloured cardstock. Then I masked her and stamped Hero Arts Stunning Snowflakes with Salty Ocean distress. I also edged the top of the card with Salty Ocean.
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