Happy Thursday everyone! I’m here today with a scene card featuring stamps and stencils from Miss Ink Stamps. This card started with me just playing around, layering the Scene Builder: Treeline stencil on a piece of white cardstock. That thing is like magic to use! Then I started digging through my stamps to see what I wanted to pair with it and landed on Wolf Pack for a fun wilderness scene.
For the background stenciling, I used blending brushes and Lawn Fawn dye inks. I started with the top row of trees and then shifted the stencil down to see what a second row would look like. Then I slid the whole stencil up to use the other side as a mask and inked up a beautiful blue sky.
Next, I stamped two images from Wolf Pack and colored them with copic markers. I fussy cut them out and went around the edges with a black pen to clean them up a bit. Next, I took a scrap of white cardstock and cut it into two hills. I blended some brown dye ink on it and came in with similar copic markers to add texture and green for tufts of grass.
To assemble my card, I adhered the background panel to a white card base, then glued the two hills down on that. I adhered the little wolf with liquid glue and popped the big one up with foam squares. Last, I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment on black cardstock and die cut it with a stitched banner. I added it with foam squares to the upper left of the design.
Sometimes it’s difficult to come up with masculine feeling designs but I think this card really achieved that. I held back on the typical bling and extras that I think change that feel and totally love how it turned out!
Products used today:
Wolf Pack stamps
Scene Builder: Treeline stencil
Lawn Fawn dye ink
Bearly Art liquid glue
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!