Saturday, February 27, 2021

A Cherry Hello!

It's especially important to try to stay in touch with folks during these unprecedented times. (BTW, I've come to hate the word "unprecedented".) That's why it's always good to send hand made cards to show people that you're thinking about them. Now I just need to put that into practice. 

Here's a card using the adorable Maraschino Mouse by Stampendous!®.

Stampendous!® Products Used:
Maraschino Mouse House-Mouse Designs® Rubber Stamp

Other Products Used:
Bold and Bright Double Dot Patterned Paper by BoBunny Press®
Marrakesh Patterned Paper by Basic Grey®
Pinked Circles and Circles Nestabilities® by Spellbinders®
Grey Cardstock by Bazzill Basics
Copic® Markers: 
   Mouse's Skin: BV0000, BV000, E50, E51, R01
   Mouse's Cheeks: R20
   Mouse's Nose: R22
   Mouse's Tongue: E04, RV42
   Mouse's Fur: E33, E35, e44
   Cherries: BV23, BV25, R24, R27, R29
   Jar: BG000, BG10, BG90
   Juice: R21
   Label: C4
Red and Black Triplus® Fineliners
White Gelly Roll® Gel Pen by Sakura® of America

  1. Cut a piece of grey cardstock in half.
  2. Score one piece at 4.25" to create an A2 cards. Reserve the other half for the mats.
  3. Use Memento ink to stamp the Maraschino Mouse House-Mouse Designs® Rubber Stamp onto mixed media paper.
  4. Color image with Copic markers.
  5. Trim the image panel and mat with grey cardstock, cut to .25" larger than the panel.
  6. Cut check patterned paper to .5" larger than the mat of the image.
  7. Mat the check patterned paper with grey cardstock cut .25" larger.
  8. Adhere the matted image panel onto the matted check patterned paper.
  9. Cut a strip of patterned paper and mat with grey cardstock cut slightly wider.
  10. Stamp the sentiment from the Fruity Drinks Perfectly Clear Stamp® Set onto white cardstock.
  11. Use one of the circles from the Circles Nestabilities set to cut the sentiment.
  12. Cut grey cardstock with one of the Pinked Circles Nestabilities and. use to mat the sentiment.
  13. Assemble the card as shown.
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