Hi guys!! It’s Wednesday which means…
Thank you all for joining us last week for the Stencil It challenge and we hope you will join us again this week too. This week the challenge is
Use More Than One Stamp
We are showcasing Honey Bee products this week. You don’t have to use them to join us, but if you have any Honey Bee products, we’d love to see you use them.
Each week Simon Says Stamp will randomly draw one lucky winner to receive a $50 shopping spree for our favorite One Stop Shop.
I just recently purchased this Blah Bunny stamp set and the sentiments to match called Blah Blah Blah. They just so happen to be from Honey Bee Stamps so I knew right away which stamps I was going to use.
I still can’t get over how cute this bunny is.
I started out by cutting my background with the Wrapped Stitch Rectangles die by Memory Box in Fog card stock. Next I ink blended the Woodgrain Block die by Simon Says Stamp using Gathered Twigs and Ground Espresso distress inks. Then I created my oval frame by placing the smaller oval inside the larger one and die cut it. I used the Warp stencil by Altenew with Peacock Feathers distress oxide and Moonstone Nuvo paste for the glitter effect to be placed in the top portion of my oval frame.
I copic colored the bunny using E42, E43, E44, E47 and R20 and R30 for the ears and pads. I colored the oval frame using R89 then used craft foam to add dimension. I stamped my sentiment in Merlot by SSS. Isn’t that a beautiful color? Especially paired with the Fog card stock. Using the Time for Wine stamp set also by SSS, I stamped wine glasses all over the background with Fog Ink.
Since I didn’t add any embellishments to the card front, I decided to add a little copic colored wine glass to the inside of the card, which is also part of the Time for Wine set.
If you’d like to see how I made this card, just click on the video below or head to my YouTube channel for a list of all of my videos.
And now it’s your turn!! Grab a couple of stamps and join us!! You have until Wed 8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in