Birthday Monsters

August 27, 2015

Birthday Monsters

Hey everyone!


It's Wiebke here and today I'm featuring the super new Monster Party clear stamp set!
I made two various cards for you using two of these darn cute monsters! :)

On my first card, I used some birthday pattern paper and one cut out Distress Ink blended background. I added a few water droplets on it to let it look a bit wild and messy. With my copic markers, I colored the grumpy monster and added afterwards a few white dots with my white gel pen. Just for some details :)
At least, I stamped the super fun sentiments of the set with a mint and dark blue ink on white paper and cut that out.





Oh my! This card is one of my current "I love and create everything in combo with black"-phase, ha! I think you can create SO elegant cards with just adding a black frame and a black element on the card. That's what I did on that one. I prepared a piece of watercolored paper and placed my little peeking monster on it. I heat embossed the sentiment on some black cardstock and added it to the card along with the sweet cupcake and the little present.


Well, these were some monstrous party projects! I hope you liked them :)
Have a great day!


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