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Princess

Its no secret to anyone who knows me that I am a Disney fanatic, so these adorable little princesses from Sweet Stamp Shop were a must have!

The stamp sets I used were Dream Princess and Believe Princess along with their corresponding sentiments.


I colored the images with a mix of copics and Blick studio brush markers and fussy cut the images.


The largest stitched rectangle stackable by Lawn Fawn was perfect for creating the A2 card panels. I did this for all except one; I used a scrap panel I had laying around that was a little short, but I didn't realized until I went to attach it to the base.


For the backgrounds, I used the ink blending technique with stencils that I seen Kristina Werner do on her YouTube channel. I used stencils from some Stamp & Stencil sets from Recollections.


I used distress oxide inks and my ink blending tools to blend the ink in a circular pattern. I tried my best to start dark in the middle and fade out the ink towards the edges. I chose colors that I thought blended well together and seemed to match with each princess.


I popped up each image with some Scotch foam tape and centered it on the panel. Then I used Versafine black ink to stamp the sentiment underneath.


Lastly, I attached the panels to some premade Recollections card bases with my ATG gun.


*I didn't realize until I had already done the ink blending that this panel was too short, but there was no going back! I just found a matching card base and centered the panel on the front. I think it actually turned out pretty cute! It kind of breaks up the white space and adds a little extra pop of color. :)



Thanks for stopping by!


-Jenni

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