Wednesday, July 29, 2020

6 Feet Masked Mouse Hug!

Stampendous! is celebrating the July Catalog with a Virtual Catalog Party for their retailers! Each day a new product will be featured and there will be a video and other artwork spotlighting it. Be sure to check Stampendous!' blog throughout the week so you don't miss anything!

Just so you know, there are new cutting die sets, Halloween stamps, Christmas stamps, and the wonderful House-Mouse Designs® Masked Mice Perfectly Clear Stamp Set

In fact, I've used that super-cute set with the WindowRama Dome Jar Shaker Die Set to create this card!

Here's the front view!

Here's the side view!

Stampendous!® Products Used:

Other Products Used:
Copic® Markers:
   Skin: BV0000, BV000, E50, E51, R000, R01
   Fur: E31, E33, E35, E44, E47
   Mask: YG03, YG05, BG11, BG23
Vintage Marketplace 6x6 Patterned Paper by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Green Bling Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Silver Metallic Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Clear Acrylic
Shaker Bits by Doodles Paper Playground and Kat Scrappiness
Black Foam Tape by Craft Fancy
Anti-Static Bag

  1. Use Memento ink to stamp the mouse and the sentiment onto white cardstock.
  2. Color the image with Copic markers as shown.
  3. Use the larger rounded rectangle from the WindowRama Dome Jar Shaker Die Set to cut the image panel.
  4. Use the base of the WindowRama Dome Jar Shaker Die Set to cut patterned paper and green cardstock.
  5. For the front of the card, fold the patterned paper backwards on the scoreline on both sides of the die-cut. 
  6. For the back of the card, fold the green cardstock forwards on the scoreline on both sides of the die-cut.
  7. Use the jar-shaped die to cut the die-cut front.
  8. Use the lid die to cut silver cardstock for the jar's lid.
  9. Adhere acrylic over the window on the reverse of the card front.
  10. Add foam tape around the perimeter of the window opening over the acrylic.
  11. Tap the acrylic and the sides of the foam tape with an anti-static bag.
  12. Add the shaker contents to the well formed by the foam tape.
  13. Adhere the image panel to the the back of the card front to seal the shaker.
  14. Adhere the front panel of the card to the back panel of the card using strong tape or liquid glue.
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