Smile!

September 24, 2018 1 Comment

Smile!

Hi everyone! It's Cathy here with a card today using the Foxes stamp set.
I started by stamping the fox and mushrooms from this set in a light gray Copic friendly ink and masking off the stamped images and a ground area underneath them.
I taped a stencil over the top and inked the background using Memento Desert Sand and Old Paper Distress Ink.
I then colored the images and ground beneath them with Copics and added colored pencil details.
For a simple, but bold sentiment, I inked a piece of white cardstock with Vintage Photo, Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge Distress Inks and die-cut the letters from it.
Hope you enjoyed and thanks for stopping by!
See you soon!
Cathy



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Bev Gerard
Bev Gerard

October 01, 2018

Awwww! That fox is the best smile-maker!

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