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My Favourite Things Slumbering Sloths, Using Slim line Dies from Waffle Flower.

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 Well Hello, 

How are we doing?

I found with the lock down at present in the uk, I'm able to spend a lot more time sorting out and crafting in my craft room.

I will  be doing a video shortly on storage and items, you can use to house your crafty stash.

Well, back to today, and those adorable sloths by MFT.



My Favourite Things Slumbering Sloths Stamp

Waffle Flower Slim Window Trio Die

Distress Ink (Tumbled Glass, Blueprint Sketch, and Seedless Preserve)

Neenah 80 lb or 110 lb card stock 

Card Black 8 1/2 x 7" scored at 3 1/2"

Polychromos Pencils (Any Pencils)

White Gouche Paint ( for splats)

Lawn Fawn Liquid Star Dust

Glossy Accents

Nuvo Glitter Drops  (Aquatic Mist, Purple Rain)

Gelly Roll Pen in White

Embossing Powder (White for Sentiment)



First I die cut my front panel, using the waffle flower trio die.

I used purple tape on the back, to hold the panels in place why I blended.

Then using my waffle flower blending mat, I blended my colours.

I started with the Tumbled Glass first.

Added some liquid Star Dust, and White Gouche Paint.

I left this to one side to dry.


Next I stamped out my images, in black ink.

Coloured the images using my pencils, added highlights with gell roll pen.

Then I fussy cut them out. 

To assemble my card I used double sided tape. I applied  the back of my window panel.

Before this I should have stamped and embossed my sentiment, but forgot. This then made it tricky at the end.
I added the panel to a card blank 8 1/2" x 7" scored at 31/2"


Then I glued and popped in my inside panels with no dimension, so they sat flush inside the frame.

After I was happy with were my sloths were positioned I added them using double sided foam tape.

Then it was on to embellishing and sentiment.

Here is the final card. 

I hope you enjoyed todays blog, 

Happy Stamping




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