Welcome Little One

April 20, 2016 0 Comments

HI! Chris here and today I am sharing this  cute baby card I created for Dare 2B Artzy!  I started by cutting 6 squares from the Artzy Doodles Variety paper pack. I adhered them to my card and added some faux stitching.  I used my scallop deco scissors ( Yep! You read that right!  I still have my deco scissors and love them!) to cut a border strip from the pink Artzy Doodles paper.
I stamped the Turtle from the Turtle Couple Stamp Set. I used the coordinating Turtle Die to cut out my stamped image with Totally Black Premium Ink. I colored my image using my Copic markers ( Y11, V06, V01, B21, G24, Blender) . Here is a close up of my Turtle and faux stitching. The color on my turtle ended up being a little darker than I wanted so I used my blender pen to take away a little bit of the ink.
 I cut a greeting block and hand wrote my greeting and added faux stitching to finish off the card! Can’t wait to see what you create with these adorable papers and stamps!
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