Tuesday, 5 March 2019

Happy Tails Friends Forever Card Tutorial

  • Stamp SetsHappy Tails (148682); Hardwood (c-133035 or w-133032); Optional~Nine Lives (148703)
  • Card Stock Whisper White (100730); Real Red (102482); Pacific Point (111350); Early Espresso (119686)
  • Stamp PadsReal Red (147084); Early Espresso (147114); Pacific Point (147098); Versamark (102283)
  • Misc. – Dog Builder Punch (148543); White Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109132); Heat Tool (129053); Blender Pen (102845) ; Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
  • Real Red: 8 ½” x 5 ½ folded in half to create card base
  • Pacific Point : 2 ¾ ” x 3 ½”
  • Whisper White: 2 ½ ” x 3 ¼”, 4” x 5 ¼” and small scrap for bowl
  • Early Espresso: 2 ½” x 2 1/2"

  1. Lay Hardwood stamp face up on flat surface. Add Early Espresso ink to stamp, then lay Real Red card on top. Cover with a scratch paper and rub all over to ink up card stock. Remove card stock from stamp.
  2. Using Pacific Point ink pad, stamp sentiment in top left corner of smaller white card stock using Pacific Point ink. Stamp paw prints on the left side of larger white card stock (this piece goes on the inside of the card). Optional: Stamp pet bowl (from Nine Lives stamp set) on small scrap of white and color by “pulling” the ink from the image into the space with a Blender Pen.
  3. Using Early Espresso ink pad, stamp dog house under stamped sentiment and a bone onto the scrap of white. Cut out bone and bowl with scissors.
  4. With the Real Red ink pad, stamp the bold house image under the roof, a small heart to the right of the sentiment and “Keep Calm” on the larger white card stock with the paw prints.
  5. Emboss the dog stamp onto Early Espresso using Versamark ink, white Stampin’ Emboss powder and a heat tool. Cut out dog using the Dog Builder punch.
  6. Assemble card as shown, uning dimensionals under Pacific Point layer, Dog and bowl/bone.

Thanks for stopping by ~ I hope you were inspired by today's project and that you'll visit again soon!

Enjoy the day & HAPPY STAMPING!

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