Critter Birthday Party - Coloring on Craft Paper

April 04, 2016

Hey everyone! It's Wiebke here! And I want to share a card with you using several cute Gerda Steiner Designs Critters and a piece of craft paper :)

First of all, I created several masks for the critters and gifts standing in the front row. That way, you can stamp the others perfectly behind. After that, I colored them out with Polychromo pencils and went over the surface with baby oil. You'll get a darker, but well blended effect.



These are the stamp sets, which I used:

Happy Hoppy | Howl Are You | Lucky Duck | Monster Party How are Ewe | Happy Fall



Have a great day!





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