Jane’s Doodles – Say YES to New Adventures

Hey crafty friends! Today we’re having a surprise hop over on Instagram to celebrate Jane from Jane’s Doodles and all that she does to bring light into our wonderful industry and world. I’m so honored to be apart of this because I truly enjoy Jane and all of her creations! Today I have a fun camping scene card to share.

I used my stamps to plan out my scene and see what all I could fit. Then I stamped the images and colored them with my copic markers. I used the scan-n-cut to cut them out and set them all aside while I worked on my background.

For that, I started with an A2 white piece of cardstock and stamped mountains and trees in the background. Then I used blending brushes to ink up the panel creating a nighttime scene. I die cut the panel with a layered rectangle so I would have a nice white border around my scene and popped it up on a white card base with foam tape. Next, I started adding images to the scene with liquid glue and foam squares.

I couldn’t decide if I wanted my sentiment in the “dirt” or on the tent. I ended up choosing the tent because I thought it was a fun, unconventional place to put it and I really liked that. I used my MISTI to stamp it since my card was already put together. Then I sprinkled on white embossing powder and heated it up.

Then I came in with finishing touches to my images. I added black glaze pen to the critter eyes and stardust Stickles to the campfire and stars in the sky. Last, I added glossy accents to the racoon’s nose and moose’s coffee mug.

Please don’t forget to head to Instagram and hop with us to celebrate Jane and leave comments for a chance to win one of three gift cards to her shop!

Products used today:
Outdoors stamps
Happy Camper stamps
Layered Rectangle dies
Foam tape and squares
Bearly Art liquid glue
Glossy accents
Stickles – stardust
Watermark & Embossing ink
Magic Anti-Static Brush
Embossing powder – frosting

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

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