Pink & Main – Release Day Take 2

Hey friends! We had a bit of a kerfuffle last week and the calendar was marked a week off for release day. So you got a fun sneak peek of an upcoming set and today I’m back for the real release day with that same Bear with Wagon set again paired with a new Gone Fishing stamps and dies as well.

I stamped the images from both sets and colored them with my copic markers before using the coordinating dies to cut them out. Then I took all of the small images from Gone Fishing and stamped them in embossing ink on a white panel. I heat embossed them with the new Candy Apple embossing powder, then used my blending brush to ink over the panel with a red ink. I love the tone-on-tone design to bring a little detail to the design.

Next, I inked an A2 size panel with distress oxide ink from chipped sapphire to blueprint sketch and finished the top off with a little salty ocean. I spritzed the panel with water and blotted it dry. Then I flicked vanilla and bluebell watercolor from LH Colors on the panel.

Once it was dry, I trimmed the red panel to 1.5 inches and added a thin strip of black cardstock to the top edge with EZ Tear Tape and popped the panel up on the blue one with foam tape. Next, I added my images with foam squares.

Finally I stamped sentiments from Gone Fishing and Love You More, and die cut them with Large Sentiment Strip dies, popping them up with foam squares. For finishing touches I added glossy accents to the bear noses, fishing pole reel and bobber too!

I had so much fun combining these unrelated sets for a whole new look and a fabulous Father’s Day card idea for any fisherman!

Products used:
Bear with Wagon stamps and dies
Gone Fishing stamps and dies
Love You More stamps
Large Sentiment Strip dies
Anti Static Powder Tool
Embossing Ink Pad
Candy Apple embossing powder
Ergonomic Blending Brush
EZ Tear Tape 1/4 inch
EZ Squeeze liquid glue
Glossy accents
Foam tape and squares
LH Colors watercolor – vanilla and bluebell

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

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