Using Felt to Add Texture to the Sheep from How Are Ewe

July 23, 2015


Hello crafty friends! It's Jess from JessCrafts.com. Today I am sharing a card using the awesome How Are Ewe stamp set. I wanted to give this sheep some texture so I stamped him on some felt. For more on how I made the felt work check out the video below.


I just adore Gerda's critters and love seeing how people add texture and dimension to them. Since I'm always up for a new idea: What is your favorite way to give critters texture and make them look more realistic?


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