Monday, November 16, 2015

Mr. Meow Meow

This one had been picked up for publication, but as sometimes happens, didn't make the cut, so I figured I'd share it now, especially since I've been remiss in my crafting and posting. A week and a half later and I still am getting dizzy spells when I change position or put my head down. Makes it difficult to function normally and is putting a big damper on my crafting. Oh well.

So, without further ado, here's Mr. Meow from the Meow & Tweets rubber stamp set (Brett Weldele/Stampers Anonymous).

Mister Meow Meow was stamped onto white cardstock using Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Tsukineko/Imagine Crafts) and onto Eclipse Tape (Judikins). The Eclipse Tape version was fussy-cut. Mr. Meow Meow was colored with Copic markers. Mister Meow Meow's monocle was outlined with silver gel pen, which was also used to dot along the monocle fob with silver gel pen to create a chain-like appearance. Silver gel pen accents were also added to his cufflinks and a tie tack. Several layers off Clear Gelly Glaze pen (Sakura) to the monocle's lens, letting it dry between layers.

The Eclipse Tape cat was adhered over its counterpart on the image panel to form a mask. A strip of Removable Scotch Tape was adhered horizontally along the bottom to ground the cat. The Cobblestones stencil (Green Pepper Press) was placed over the image and London Fog Memento ink (Ranger) was sponged over it. The stencil was lifted and details were added to the cobblestones using Copic markers.

The cobblestones were masked with Removable Scotch Tape. The Gears Skinny Mini mask (Joggles) was taped over the image panel and airbrushed with a light blue Copic marker. The stencil, tape, and Eclipse Tape mask were lifted and the image panel was matted with red cardstock.

"Meow" from the Meow & Tweets rubber stamp set was stamped onto light blue cardstock with Tuxedo Black Memento ink. The sentiment was die-cut sing one of the die-cuts from the Talk Bubbles 2 die set,

Using the Steampunk Corner die (Memory Box), die-cut silver metallic cardstock twice. The corners were placed into opposite corners of a blue card. The image panel and sentiment were adhered to the card.

Thanks for visiting today!

I shall enter this card into the following challenges:
SanDee and amelie's Steampunk Challenges: Anything Goes
Scrapy Land Challenges: Anything Goes 

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