Thursday, 2 February 2017

Yummy In My Tummy Monster Happy Birthday

It is my youngest nieces birthday and I just knew that she would love a shaker card made from the Yummy in my Tummy Stamp Set.

This card was super simple.  

First of all I stamped my happy monster and then coloured him with Copic Markers.  I tried water colouring but I couldn't get the depth of colour I was after.  I then fussy cut my monster, which really wasn't as hard as I thought it would be.  
I cut out his tummy with a small circle framelit and covered it with acetate using the fine tip glue pen.  
I used a small amount of foam tape around the circle on the back of the acetate.
I then cut a circle the next size up using Daffodil Delight cardstock.  
I placed my monster face down with the foam tape on top and then put in my small sequins and beads.  I then placed the slightly larger circle over the top to seal it.
I stamped my greeting, from the stamp set Big on Birthdays from the Occasions catalogue.  It is bold and beautiful.  I used Archival Black and then instantly heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder.  It is amazing that we are able to emboss with all the Classic Stamp Pads - it makes them so versatile and great value for money - think of the opportunities of embossing with all those fantastic colours!!!
I used dimensionals to adhere my monster to the Daffodil Delight cardstock and voila it was finished.  I did stamp a nice big greeting on the inside and also heat embossed that too!  

Product List
Stamp Sets - Yummy in My Tummy & Big on Birthdays.
Dies - Layering Circles
Cardstock - Daffodil Delight & Whisper White Thick (base)
Ink - Archival Black
Adhesives - Fine Tip Glue Pen, Foam Adhesive Strips and Stampin' Dimensionals.
Other - copic markers, small blue, yellow, gold, clear and white sequins and beads.

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