Stay Pawsitive whit... Crafty Girls Lau&Andy

June 21, 2019

Stay Pawsitive whit... Crafty Girls Lau&Andy

Hello crafty friends!
 
It's Laura here and I'm so honored and thrilled to be a guest on the Gerda Steiner Designs blog this month. I'm so grateful for their kind invitation and I would like to thank Julisa and Macy for giving me this opportunity.
Today, just a little card to say "STAY PAWSITIVE" that I made using the "All cats" set of clear stamps.

I started with cutting 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inch card base, then I worked on the creation of the scene. I stamped the two cats and the little mouse on Canson paper using Versafine black. I colored them using mixing watercolor pencils and distress ink, then I cut them out.
I cropped a small black banner where I stamped and embossed a sentiment in white.   

I created a small background on the right side on the card base. I used a stencil and tea dye distress ink for the brickwork and brushed corduroy distress ink for the ground. Eventually, I adhered the funny colorful friends and the banner with foam tape, and I created a paper layer with a black cardstock. 
 
Thank you for visiting the blog! I had so much fun making this card and I hope I inspired you today.
 
Have a good day!
Laura






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