Saturday, November 28, 2020

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 When I first saw the new House-Mouse Designs® Little Drummers stamp, the Christmas carol "Little Drummer Boy" came to mind, I especially love this version with Bing Crosby and David Bowie  . I figure eventually, I'll use the stamp and that sentiment to make a card. Til then, here's what I created.

Stampendous!® Products Used:
House-Mouse Designs® Little Drummers stamp
WindowRama Dome Jar Shaker Die Set
Tuxedo Black Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Mixed Media White Paper

Other Products Used:
Copic® Markers:
   Mouse Skin: BV0000, BV000, E50, E51, R01, R20, R21
   Mouse Fur (Left to Right): E21, E23, E25, E44;  E31, E33, E35, E44;  E35, E53, E57
   Drum: R12, R14 R17, R29, G00, G02, G05, Y08, Y11, Y21, Y23, Y26, Y28, E41
Christmas Magic 8x8 Patterned Paper Pad by Graphic 45®
Red Cardstock
Gold Sheer Shimmer™ Dauber Top Stix by Imagine®

  1. Use the base die from the Dome Jar Shaker Die to cut patterned paper and red cardstock.
  2. Use the larger of the two elongated rounded rectangle dies from that set to cut an opening in the patterned paper to form the front of the card.
  3. Pinch the score lines on both sides of the patterned paper front, then fold backwards.
  4. Use the Gold Sheer Shimmer dauber to edge the patterned paper along the window and all edges, including the fold lines. After all, more glitz is always good, right? Right!
  5. Pinch the score lines on both sides of the red cardstock die-cut, then fold the sides forward.
  6. Use Memento ink to stamp the Little Drummers image onto white paper.
  7. Color the image with Copic markers.
  8. Use the smaller of the elongated rounded rectangle dies to cut the image panel.
  9. Adhere the image panel to the inside of the card back as shown.
  10. Using strong adhesive tape or glue, adhere the front of the card to the back of the card.
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