Hello peeps, and happy Saturday to you. It's a scheduled Squirrel here today (or not here, as I'm having a hair cut shortly). I'm popping by with this sweetie to show that you don't have to use winter papers just for winter projects.
I stamped the image onto kraft card and coloured it with Caran D'ache Luminance Pencils.
I trimmed it to the same size as the polaroid die and fixed it to a die cut piece of kraft card.
I die cut another piece of card with one of the rectangle dies and blended Candied Apple Distress Ink over it through the Hearts stencil. I then scattered some chunky white embossing enamel over hearts and fixed it with a heat gun - from underneath. (This is important, it stops the card burning and buckling)!
I layered the hearts background onto a slightly large piece of kraft card and added the image. (The sentiment is from an older Stamping Bella Stamp but you could use any sentiment that took your fancy)!
Finally I stamped a sentiment and die cut it with a Quick Strips Die, sticking it to the bottom right of the design as shown!
I wanted to try something a little different today, and make an animated 'flip' page notebook. I used one of the mice from the MFT Harvest Mice set and stamped him on each page of the notebook gradually moving forwards each time. I also drew in a little cherry from the basket he's carrying to try to make it look like it was falling to the ground. I've included a video below the main photo and I hope it works to show you what I've done!
I created a cobweb mask with a die stuck it to a piece of smooth card and blended Distress Oxides in the same colours over it. I removed the mask to reveal the cobweb pattern and trimmed it to also fit behind the die aperture. With black ink I stamped spiders onto the cobweb. The spiders are from the fabulous