Different Card, Different Day 1/19/18 January 19 2018, 0 Comments
I'm wild about you. Of course I am! This adorable little chubby panda (designed by Stephanie Barnard of The Stamps Of Life a.k.a. TSOL) is sitting in a forest of green leaves and hearts.
To give the panda this coloring I used my Tim Holtz black distress ink. The panda started as two pieces of cardstock that were die cut with TSOL cutting dies and glued together after colored. The forefront image was rubbed with the black ink in the areas only needed. This was super easy due to the cuts made in the right places by the cutting die. For example, his neck under his head has a slice going almost across the whole neckline. Slip a scrap paper under the area you don't want to shade in by slipping in through the slit. His white belly is a piece that gets cut out from the cutting die and I decided to pop it up off the card front with a foam adhesive dot. His little pink nose was colored in with a super fine pink marker.
Here's the inside of the card. I backed this adorable black StazOn ink stamped panda with a matching green paper from the front of the card. The sentiment "you make life bearable" is one of the sayings from the same stamp set.
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Written by Jennifer Quilty for Tamm's Marketplace. Published for 1/19/18.