03 September 2012

Little Stocking Kiddo


I am having so much fun with the new line of Kiddo stamps from Stampendous!  On this card I used the Stocking Kiddo paired with the cling jumbo Holly Stocking.  Here's a look at how I did it:
  • Cut card base from card stock, tie ribbon around it and set aside. 
  • Cut large white panel from card stock; stamp jumbo stocking image using Versamark ink.  Add Aged Ochre Embossing Enamel and heat set from underneath. 
  • Color as desired; apply Cottonball White fun flock to top of stocking.  Sprinkle Aged Marine Embossing Enamel around edges of panel, heat set from underneath.  Adhere panel to darker card stock mat. 
  • Cut small white panel from card stock, sprinkle Marine Embossing Enamel on and heat set from underneath.  Adhere panel to darker card stock mat. 
  • Stamp Stocking Kiddo on white card stock.  Color as desired, add fun flock to top of stocking; fussy cut. Using foam tape, adhere to small white panel. 
  • Adhere large panel to card stock base on a tilt; adhere small panel directly above knot in ribbon. 
I colored both of my images with my Spectrum Noir markers.  Here is a list of the colors I used:

Yellows:  GB5, CT4, CT3, CT2
Blues: TB8, TB4
Boy's Hair: TN8, TN7, GB10
Skin: FS9. FS4. FS3
Teddy Bear: GB8, GB9

This month the challenge over at Stampendous is all about embossing!  You should head over and have a look at all the details (including what you could win). 

Or you can click the badge above to add your link directly to the collection, and be entered to win a great prize!  (Tip: You don't have to use Stampendous products to win, but you get more chances if you do!)

Supplies:
Stamps: Stocking Kiddo, Holly Stocking (Stampendous)
Card Stock: White (Mohawk), Blue (Bazzill), Brownish-Copper shimmery stuff  (unknown)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Versamark (Tsukineko)
Coloring Medium: Spectrum Noir
Accessories: Cottonball White Fun Flock, Marine and Ochre Embossing Enamels (all by Stampendous); Frost Smooch Spray (Tsukineko); Ribbon (May Arts)
Tools: heat gun
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3 comments:

Jan Garber said...

Great job combining these two stamps!

Jingle said...

This is super cute!

Tenia Nelson said...

Love!!