Congrats to Rae (RaeBobcat), the wonderful artist that Nancy chose for this week's featured stamper. I was drawn to this: https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/g...0&ppuser=70578
because I was intrigued with her multi colored sentiment stamping and was going to do some or so I thought, but this is what materialized, lol. I did give a nod to her ice brads. Yay! used up some garage sale brads! and did do her two sentiments stamping.
Changed to a Christmas card, so diff. stamps and sentiments, portrait instead of landscape.
Cut the prongs off the brads and glued on with Ranger multi matte medium. The base is turquoise irl., stamped in archival ink and used blender pen to color, along with copics and markers. Used clear rock candy stickles on their fur trims but it is quite subtle. Finished with a diecut flourish. Enjoy your week, Rae and thanks for inspiring me!
Date: Sunday, July 4, 2021 GMT Views: 273
Paper: Recollections Red Punch 110lb., SU tempting turquoise, brushed gold, copic 80 lb.
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Archival black, SU real red
Accessories: SU Ice Squares, Gold and distress clear rock candy stickles, Christmas Cardinals dies (flourish), copics: B000, R000,Colorless Blender, Dove Blender pen, SU markers: l.l.twist, so saffron,blush blossom,
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Mon, Jul 05, 2021 @ 7:02 AM
Shirl, this is delightful! Just brought a big smile to my face! Those cute birdie Santas and the punny sentiment are just the cutest! Love how you shaded the areas around them with your Copic marker ... that's just he perfect touch to make them pop.
God demonstrated His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us ... being now justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him. Romans 5:8 & 9