Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Dear Cherub Deer

As I've mentioned before, I love cherubs. In fact, I have a small collection of them that includes ceramic cherubs, some cherub earrings, a cherub necklace, and a few cherub stamps. So when I saw that Stampendous' July release included several cherubs, I knew I had to add them to my collection.

Here's a card with the adorable new Deer Cherub

Supplies used:
Stampendous Supplies Used:
Deer Cherub
Fitted Frames B Die Cut Set
Tuxedo Black Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®

Other Supplies used:
Copic Markers:
 Skin: E50, BG0000, BV0000, E93 R11, R000, R00, R01, BV00
 Hair: E51, E53, W2, YR30, YR31
 Robe: B41, B43*, B60, C1, C3
 Wings and Star: Y11, Y21, Y23, Y26, Y28
 Fawn: E30, E31, E33, E35, E37, E49,
 Fawn's Hooves: E44, E59
 Ground: C00, C0, C1
 Sky: B21, RV00
Copic Airbrush System
Solar White Classic Crest® cardstock by Neenah Papers
Gingerbread and Powder Blue Very Vintage Double Dot Designs paper by BoBunny®
Pink Chalk Pencil by General Pencils
Tim Holtz® Vintage Photo Distress® ink by Ranger
* B43 = 1/2 B41 + 1/2 B43

  1. Create an A2 card from light blue cardstock and set aside.
  2. Using Tuxedo Black ink, stamp Cherub Deer onto white cardstock and onto thin paper.
  3. Color Cherub.
  4. Fussy-cut the cherub stamped onto thin paper and adhere overtop the colored image using temporary adhesive.
  5. Airbrush the background sky using a B21 marker.
  6. Lift the mask and remove the adhesive completely.
  7. Die-cut the image panel and the Gingerbread patterned paper using a set of dies from the fitted Frames B Die Cut Set.
  8. Mat the image die-cut with the Gingerbread die-cut and set aside.
  9. Trim a piece of Powder Blue patterned paper to 4" x 5.25", edge with Distress ink, then adhere it to the card.
  10. Adhere the image panel to finish the card.
Thanks for visiting today!

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