Miss Ink Stamps – Painting the Roses

Hellooooooo everyone!!! I am soooooooo beyond excited to share that I have joined the Miss Ink Stamps Design Team! This is so surreal and I am so grateful to be designing along this incredible team of talent! To celebrate, I’m sharing my first card today!

This super fun card was created with just one of the stamp sets from the amazing Alice in Wonderland release from earlier this year. I stamped and colored the images from Painting the Roses with my copics. Then I ran them through my scan-n-cut to cut them out. Then I took the bush image and repeat stamped it across a slimline size panel (8.5×3.5 inches). Then I used distress inks in mowed lawn and salty ocean to create my grass and sky. Next I colored the bushes with my copics and set to adhering the images where I wanted them.

I popped them up with foam squares to give the card a little extra dimension and interest. Then I stamped my sentiment and cut it into a flag shape, popping it up too.

At this point I thought my sky was a little boring so I pulled out a Newton’s Nooks stencil called cloudy sky and inked Hero Arts unicorn white pigment ink through it with a blending brush. It was easy to manipulate the stencil around the images and I love the little bit that it adds. Finally I finished the design off with glossy accents on various things like some roses, garden tools and the soldier’s staff and then a scattering of red clay hearts across the sky and one on the sentiment to tie it all together.

This is just the beginning of sharing some amazing creations with Miss Ink Stamps products. I hope you enjoy the journey with me.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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