Miss Ink Stamps – Stencil Week | Let’s Monkey Around

Hello friends! Today I’m back with a bit more inspiration featuring a new stencil from Tuesday’s release called Bluet Burst. It’s so pretty and has lots of potential, especially with the recent jungle release of stamps.

To create my card, I stamped some images from various sets – Go Bananas, Jungle Ruins and Pretty Bird – and colored them all with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I used the scan-n-cut to cut them out and set everything aside to get inky for the rest of my card.

First I took a green panel of cardstock and inked up the Bluet Burst stencil with Lawn Fawn cilantro ink and a blending brush. I cut the panel down to 3×4 1/4 inches and then added a strip of gold glitter cardstock to the top. I added foam tape to the back and set it aside.

Next I inked up an A2 panel of white cardstock with peacock feathers and tumbled glass distress oxide inks. I spritzed that with water and blotted it dry. Then, I splattered gold watercolor over the panel to tie it in with the strip I already had going on.

Finally, I added splattered panel to a card base and popped the stenciled panel up. Last, I added foam squares to my images and adhered them too. I looked through a bunch of my stamp sets to choose a sentiment and finally decided to emphasize the fun monkey theme with this one from Go Bananas. I stamped and heat embossed it on a black cardstock scrap and trimmed it into a strip before popping it up with a foam strip too.

I think it’s fun to mix and match unlikely images from different sets and play around a little. I hope you enjoyed today’s card and found some inspiration to create something wonderful to share with someone.

Products used today:
Go Bananas stamps
Jungle Ruins stamps
Pretty Bird stamps
Bluet Burst stencil
Foam tape, squares and strips
Bearly Art liquid glue

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

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