Happy Fall Mouse

August 23, 2016

Hi there,

it's Tanja here and I would like to show you this creation using one of the brand new Gerda Steiner Designs fall stamp sets:

  • cut out a stitched panel from Confetti White cardstock
  • color the mouse, the wagon and the pumpkins from the Gerda Steiner Designs Fall Mice stamp set with Delta and Touch Twin Brush Markers
  • add details with Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor Pencils and a white gel pen
  • cut the My Favorite Things Happy into the panel and layer burlap behind the cutout
  • add the sentiment from the Gerda Steiner Designs Happy Fall stamp set with Versafine (Vintage Sepia)

I hope you got inspired.

Yours,







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