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Birthday Card Using Waffle Flower's "Pawsome" Stamp Set!

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Hey lovelies!
I'm taking a break from the Christmas cards this week to share a birthday card using Waffle Flower's "Pawsome" stamp set! We've all forgotten a birthday or sent a card a little afterwards, so it's always handy to have one of these cards in your stash for these occasions!
I placed some white card stock in my Misti stamping tool and stamped my images from the set using Gina K's Amalgam Jet Black ink. I coloured them with my alcohol markers, added details with a white gel pen and fussy cut them out.
I cut a polaroid photo frame using Avery Elle's "Photo Mat Elle-Ments" die set from white card stock. I used Broken China, Twisted Citron, Candied Apple and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Inks to stamp some of the smaller images from the set in a random pattern on the frame. I took another piece of white card stock and blended it with Broken China and Twisted Citron Distress Oxide Inks, splattered it with some water and once dry I adhered my frame to the background using Scor-Tape before trimming the edges down to size.
I used my Misti stamping tool and Gina K's Amalgam Jet Black ink to stamp both parts of my sentiment and trimmed them down to size. I framed my sentiments using black card stock so they would pop more on the card.
I cut a panel from white card stock using the second largest of Mama Elephant's "Basic Rectangles" Creative Cuts and a black panel using the largest die from the set. I cut two thin strips of black card stock and adhered them diagonally across my white panel using Scor-Tape. I covered my black lines with post-it tape while I splattered the white areas of my panel using Broken China, Twisted Citron and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Inks and set it aside to dry. Once dry, I popped my polaroid frame, characters and sentiments up using 3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape. I framed my panel with the black panel I cut earlier and adhered to my card base using Scor-Tape.
Thanks for reading lovelies! I'll see you next week with another card.
Claire
xo


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