Warm Fuzzies Bear

August 04, 2019

Warm Fuzzies Bear

Hi Everyone, Melissa here.
 
 
For today's inspiration I have used the 'Warm Fuzzies Bear' Digital Stamp.
This stamp is also available as a 2x3 Clear Stamp. 


  • Card Base: 10 x 14.5cm
  • Layer stencil over card base and apply Texture Paste using a palette knife.  Allow to dry.
  • Using a computer, print image onto black card stock and foil using white foil.  Adhere to base card.
  • Print image onto Copic X-press It Blending card.  Colour with Copic Markers and fussy cut around image.  Adhere to base card using foam tape.
  • Apply Glossy Accents to the nose of the image and coffee mug.
 
I hope you have a great day
xxx



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