Today I’m sharing the Stampers Delights Chibi February release. You can find the entire February release here. This card uses the Chibi – Onesie Cuties digital stamp.
I printed out one of the cuties and cut it out with my ScanNCut. She’s so perfect for a fun, flirty valentine. And I wanted to make sure my valentine sparkled! I started with a simple background of fun holographic washi tape. Then I cut a heart out of some of the most sparkly glitter paper I own. I had a lot of fun coloring her up with Copics and of course added Stickles to make her sparkle even more.
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Today’s Ways to Use It Challenge is to use washi tape. Actually, I think the challenge may have just been to use tape, but that translates in my head to “use up some of that washi tape you’ve been collecting”. I needed a card for my godson’s birthday, and, well, you’re never too old for Baby Yoda, am I right? I bought this “Baby On Board” set from The Ink Road Stamps purely because I wanted to put hats on his head. The party hat is from a Fiskars birthday set. I printed the sentiment and stamped on Fabriano Hot Press paper, so I could watercolor him with my Spectrum Aqua markers:
So quick and easy. I said that I bought this stamp set to put hats on Baby Yoda, and while that is true, I also couldn’t quite resist this image that I put on the inside of the card. The sentiment is one of my favorites from the Power Poppy “Short Stacks” stamp set.
For the background, I dug through my little drawer of washi tape and picked out the most silver, metallic, space-age tapes that I have. I thought it would look the best randomly taped over a galaxy-type background. For this galaxy background, I grabbed a piece of blue cardstock and randomly sponged a few different blue and black Distress Oxide inks all over it. Then I smeared some black Stickles around the paper and finished with a splatter of white acrylic paint.
I’m entering this card into two “Anything Goes” challenges today:
Word Art Wednesday
Simon Says Stamp – Wednesday Challenge
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