Different Card, Different Day 2/16/18 February 16 2018, 0 Comments

This little mouse was probably my favorite Valentine's Day design on my cards this year, for the holiday. I think it's because he is so cute. Cuter than the rest of the cute things I've made. The watercolor paints were painted using different colors for shirts, pants, buttons and patches on the many mice I've placed on cards this year. 

The mouse is a rubber stamp that I have from StampinUp!, dated 1996. I typically make more than one stamped image at a time and utilize an assembly line type set up. I can paint many cards at once.

On the original stamp the word "Hooray" is arched between the mouse's paws. I blocked out the word by using Washi tape when inking with my StazOn ink, so it doesn't appear. I placed small red hearts that I had from heart shaped punches. Now it looks like he's juggling.  Cute!

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Written by Jennifer Quilty for Tamm's Marketplace. Published for 2/16/18.