Vellum Shaker Monster Kid in Rubber Stamp

September 11, 2015






Aloha Guys!
This is Joyce from Enjoyscrappin2 and today I've made this simple vellum shaker card using Gerda's rubber stamp, Monster kid.  This adorable kid is available in both the digital and rubber stamp.  Gerda's rubber stamps are super high quality and very deeply etched, which will give you a fantastic impression, each and every time.  Her rubber stamp comes in bare rubber form, which means it doesn't have the foam that you normally use to stick onto your acrylic block.  You can mount them yourself very easily, using the cling foam mount.  However, I prefer to use mine a little differently, which I share on this video.  I stamped out the image onto a watercolor paper and used the faber castell's watercolor pencils.  I also made this simple shaker element using the colored vellum, as you see in the picture.  Go ahead and check out the video for more information on how I made this easy shaker.  All the supplies I used will be linked in my blog, if you 'd like to check that out as well.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and I hope to catch you guys next time.  Thanks again.
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