Miss Ink Stamps – Peace and Joy

Welcome back friends! Today I’m sharing a sweet Christmas card featuring a couple of sets from Miss Ink Stamps. I love the variety of background scene setting images Miss Ink carries and her critters and characters are amazing to go with them!

Today I chose the Mountainside stamp for my background. I inked it up on a white panel and then used my blending buddy brushes and some Lawn Fawn dye inks to color in the scene. I stamped a sentiment from Little Angel in the top right corner and switched over to my images.

I chose a few images from Little Angel which I stamped and colored with my copic markers. Then I used the scan-n-cut to cut them out and added foam tape to the back. I thought the background was a little lacking so I splattered pearl watercolor over the scene before adhering it to a white card base. This panel is 5.5×4 inches so there was room for a white glitter cardstock strip at the bottom. Then I added a dark gray strip over the meeting of the two with foam strips.

Finally, I added my images and moved on to finishing touches. For that, I just added a little glossy accents to the deer and squirrel noses, carrot stems and the wreath on the angel’s head. Then I finished things off with some unicorn Stickles on her wings.

I just love how serene this scene feels and think it will be a wonderful addition to my Christmas card stash to mail out. Have you started making Christmas cards yet? It’s going to sneak up on us super quick, I just know it!

Products used today:
Little Angel stamps
Mountainside stamps
Blending Buddy brush
Lawn Fawn ink – cilantro, mermaid, kiddie pool, blue jay
Foam strips
UltraBond liquid adhesive

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

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