Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Create Pandamonium!

It's Tuesday which means it's my day to share a project created for Topflight Stamps. This week my teammates and I are sharing projects created with products by Time for Tea Designs. However, I got confused and thought that maybe I was supposed to make a tea-themed project. So I made both. However, I'm just sharing one project today because I figured that two projects worth of my instructions would drive any readers completely bonkers. 

So here's the slimline card created with the Pandamonium Party Clear Stamp Set by Time for Tea Designs.

Topflight Stamps Products Used:

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Other Products Used:
Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Tuxedo Black, Summer Sky, Bamboo Laves Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Green Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Copic® Markers:
   Pandas: B60, C00, C0, RV0000, C6
   Paw Pads: Rv0000, RV000
   Balloons: RV52, RV63, B32, B34
   Envelope: G000, G00, G20
   Cloud: RV0000, BV0000, B60, C00, C0, C1
Cartoon Speech Bubble Die Set by Frantic Stamper
Stamping Platform 
STAY-tion™ by Wendy Vecchi for Ranger Ink
Repositionable Label Paper by Avery®

  1. Use the second largest die from the Essential Rectangle Frames Slimline Dies set to cut Solar White cardstock to create the image panel. 
  2. Use magnets to secure the die-cut to the base of the stamping platform
  3. Use your mad math skillz to figure out where to position the pandas so that they'll be equally distributed horizontally. 
  4. Place the panda stamps face down onto the image panel. Press the platform's lid onto the back of the stamps, lift the lid, ink with Tuxedo Black Memento ink, and stamp.
  5. Stamp again onto label paper, fussy-cut the label paper pandas, then adhere them over their counterparts.
  6. Remove the image panel from the stamping platform and use magnets to secure it to the STAY-tion.
  7. Place one of the masks from the Acetate Hills Masks/ Stencils over the bottom part of the image panel 
  8. Brush Summer Sky Memento ink over the mask and the masked pandas to create the sky.
  9. Trace the mask onto a piece of scrap paper, fussy-cut along the edge, and use that to cover the newly inked sky.
  10. Tear another piece of scrap paper and sponge Bamboo Leaves Memento ink between the masks until the grassy field is complete.
  11. Place the image panel back onto the Stamping Platform and secure it with magnets.
  12. Position the bamboo stalk with leaves facedown on the image panel between the center and left panda. 
  13. Ink the bamboo stalk with Bamboo Leaves Memento ink and stamp.
  14. Clean off the stamp and position it facedown on the image panel between the center and right pandas.
  15. Repeat Step #13.
  16. Remove the stamp, clean, and put away.
  17. Take the nekkid bamboo stalk and repeat Steps #12 - 16.
  18. Repeat Steps #12- 17 using the bamboo leave stamp.
  19. Take the balloons stamp, position it facedown on the image panel on the left panda. 
  20. Ink the stamp with Tuxedo Black Memento ink and stamp.
  21. Lift the masks from the pandas and retain for another use.
  22. Color the pandas, balloons, bamboo stalks, and bamboo leaves with Copic markers.
  23. Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the sentiment.
  24. Use the cloud-shaped speech bubble cutting die to cut the sentiment.
  25. Color the sentiment die-cut with Copic markers.
  26. Set aside the image panel.
  27. Use the largest die from the Essential Rectangle Frames Slimline Dies set to cut a piece of white metallic cardstock from the Premium Metallic Cardstock Collection.
  28. Use one of the Black Blending Brushes to brush Bamboo Leaves ink over the entire background die-cut.
  29. Secure the Feather Leaves Stencil onto the background with magnets.
  30. Brush Bamboo Leaves ink over the stencil onto the background to create a jungley-leafy pattern. The wonderful thing about using dye inks on white metallic cardstock is that you end up with a lovely shimmery result, pictured below. 
  31. Since the die-cut is slightly wider than the stencil, brush Bamboo Leaves along all edges.
  32. Adhere the image panel to the background panel then adhere to a green slimline card.
  33. Adhere the sentiment thought bubble as shown to complete the card.

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