Miss Ink Stamps – Soak Your Troubles Away

Hi there everyone! I’m so glad you’re joining me today. I’m sharing another adorable pup from the Miss Ink Stamps Rub-a-dub Doggies stamp set, along with a couple of new stencils too!

I started today’s card by inking up the Hand Drawn Hearts stencil with a couple of different green inks, then I added a little depth to some areas with a teal shadow here and there. I like how it turned out. Next, I trimmed the panel down to 4×5.25 inches and taped it to the Inks & Outs Paw Print stencil. I smeared Thermoweb transfer gel blanco through it, removed the stencil and set the panel aside to dry.

In the mean time, I turned on my laminator and stamped and colored one of the smaller images from Rub-a-dub Doggies with my copics. I fussy cut him out, added foam squares to the back and set him aside.

Once the stars were aligned – aka, my gel was dry and the laminator was heated up – I ran the stenciled panel through with some green envy deco foil flock. Next, I put the panel in my MISTI and stamped a sentiment in Lawn Fawn mermaid ink. I found cardstock the same color, trimmed it to A2 size and adhered it to a white card base. I added foam tape to the back of the stenciled panel and popped it in place. Finally, I added my pup!

For finishing touches, I just had to add some star dust Stickles to random bubbles, glossy accents to his nose and black glaze pen to his eyes.

These images just get me every time! I love them! I love how you can mix and match different stencils together too! That brings loads of options into view!

The products I used on today’s card are:
Rub-a-dub Doggies stamps
Hand Drawn Hearts stencil
Ins & Outs: Paw Print stencil
Thermoweb Transfer Gel Blanco
Stencil Pal
Deco Foil Flock Green Envy
Glossy accents
Stickles – star dust

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

(This blog uses affiliate inks whenever possible at no additional cost to you.)

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