You're A-maize-ing by Noga Shefer

October 22, 2021

You're A-maize-ing by Noga Shefer


 

Hi crafty friends,  Noga  
here and I am so happy to share with you another project for Gerda Steiner Designs today.

My card featuring the adorable  Yams & Corn 4x6 Clear Stamp Set and  Yams and Corn Die Set. This set is must have!!

To make this card I die cut a scallop frame die out of Bristol smooth cardstock. 
I ink blended the background  using  squeezed lemonade distress oxide ink  and splashed it with water.

Next I colored the sweet image using copic markers: Y15, Y13, Y11, G000, YG0000, G20 and G43.

I glued it to my panel with foam tape for dimension.
Next I stamped a greeting from this stamp set using black ink.

For a final touch, I added a yellow tiny heart.

I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!

Thanks for stopping by,





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