Today's project features the A Little Wild stamp set. Ahhhh, so cute! And it's even better because the Little Loves framelits coordinate and are available as a bundle this year!
The three main stamp images (elephant, bear and lion) and their coordinating framelits are made to cut the cutest little fold over tags...but they can very easily be cut apart as I did on today's project.
I inked up only the front of the lion image with Basic Black ink and stamped on to watercolor paper, then used pads and an Aqua Painter to apply color. When the piece was dry, I used the framelit to cut it out.
That cute, striped background paper is from the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper pack. I love how our DSP's are designed. One side is always true to theme with whatever suite it is designed to coordinate with, while the other side is more neutral and can be used with that suite or paired with something entirely different, stretching it's versatility! I also used it with the Envelope Punch Board to make a coordinating envelope.
The sentiment was stamped in Basic Black on to Whisper White cardstock and cut with the 1-3/8" punch. I added a strip of the Wood Textures DSP stack and a bit of black baker's twine for a bow to finish it up.
I used the following products on this project:
You know, sometimes I look at the list of products I use on a project and am reminded of one of the reasons I became a demonstrator...to support my habit! Have you ever thought about putting your stamp addiction to work for you? Being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator isn't hard...it's just sharing something you love with others! I'd love to help you get started! Just for fun, click here for a little more information. If anything you read gets you even just a little bit intrigued, get in contact with me and I'll answer any questions you might have. If you're ready to get started, I'll be happy to help....and if you decide it's not for you, no worries! You never know though....it could be just what you're looking for. Let's talk about it!
Until next time...happy stampin'!