Miss Ink Stamps – Good Day to be Happy

Welcome everyone! It’s been a very busy week and I’m super excited to share all the things I’ve been creating. For today I have a brilliant card using Miss Ink Stamps Bubbles stamps and dies and a few stencils layered together to create an awesome background!

I started by stamping and coloring some images from Bubbles with my copic markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and then set them all aside while I got inky. I started by taping my cardstock to the masking layer of the Ins and Outs Marquis stencil. Then I added the Random Dots stencil over the top and inked it with a light teal ink. I removed that and switched it for the Large Random Dots stencil and spread Thermoweb transfer gel blanco through that one. I set the panel aside to dry and cleaned up my mess.

Coming back later on, I heated up my laminator and ran the panel through with pearlescent deco foil transfer sheet and it turned out amazing! After that, I layered the border for the Ins and Outs Marquis over the top and blended a darker teal ink for that. Then I started playing with placement for my images and digging for a sentiment.

I added my images with a combination of liquid glue and foam squares. Then I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from Sunshine and Rainbows, trimmed it into a strip and popped it up with foam squares too.

For finishing touches, I added unicorn Stickles to the bubbles and called it good. There is so much interest in the background that makes those sweet foxes pop, I didn’t think it needed much else.

Products used today:
Bubbles stamps and dies
Ins and Outs Marquis stencils
Large Random Dots stencil
Random Dots stencil
Sunshine and Rainbows stamps
Thermoweb transfer gel blanco
Stencil Pal
Deco Foil – pearlescent
Foam squares
Stickles – unicorn

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

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