Miss Ink Stamps – You Are Fierce

Hello friends! Today I have a little inspiration featuring that fabulous tiger from the new Miss Ink Stamps Jungle Friends stamp set. I finally had a moment to play with one of the new stencils too and tried a new idea for extra texture.

I started by stamping and coloring my image with copic markers. Then I cut a strip of green cardstock and inked up the new Boho Blocks stencil with a darker green ink. For a little bling and texture I took gold glitz glitter gel and randomly spread it through the stencil in various areas. I cleaned up and set this panel aside to dry while I worked on some more stamping.

Next, I cut an A2 piece of kraft cardstock and chose my sentiment. I positioned it in the middle left of the panel and stamped it with brown ink, using my MISTI. I just shifted my cardstock 1/4 inch and kept stamping until the whole line was complete. Then I took a piece of white cardstock and stamped it in black once. I cut this out with a banner from Trinity Stamps 4-Bar Card dies and added a foam strip to the back.

I found some fun gold striped washi tape in my stash so I added it to the right side of the kraft panel before popping the green stenciled panel up with foam tape. Then I added foam squares to the back of the tiger and popped him in place. For the sentiment I just lined the banner up with one of the lines I already stamped so it flows perfectly and trimmed off the excess.

For finishing touches I just added black glaze pen to the tiger’s eyes and glossy accents to his nose. I glued the whole panel to a white card base and it’s all finished.

Products used:
Miss Ink Stamps Jungle Friends stamps
Miss Ink Stamps Boho Blocks stencil
Trinity Stamps 4-bar Card dies
Foam strips, squares and tape
Glitz glitter gel – gold
Glossy accents

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

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