Miss Ink Stamps – We’re All Mad Here

Hello everyone. I’m so glad you’re here today. I have a fun Alice in Wonderland card featuring all Miss Ink Stamps goodies to share with you. Let’s go down the rabbit hole together, shall we?

I had a simple idea in my head so I started right away stamping and coloring the images from Alice with my copic markers. I used the scan-n-cut to cut them out and a little liquid glue to adhere them all together. I backed them with foam squares and switched gears to get inky for my background!

I chose distress oxide inks in blueprint sketch and faded jeans to start out with. I started in the center with faded jeans and the outer edge with blueprint sketch. Then I added the Rabbit Hole stencil over top and added more ink. This didn’t show up like I wanted so I added black soot over the edges and blueprint sketch in the center. I generously sprayed the panel with a distress sprayer for lots of different size droplets and let it dry.

Once it was dry, I stamped and heat embossed my sentiment in silver. It shows up quite well in the light but isn’t bold and bright like white would be. Then I removed the backing paper from the foam squares and added the images to the lower right corner. I used liquid glue to adhere the panel to a card base next.

For finishing touches I added a little glossy accents to the bottle glass, Alice’s headband, belt and shoes, and Chesh’s nose. Then I glued a generous scattering of Champagne Stardust confetti all over the background.

It takes me a minute to color these images differently than the typical, advertised colors but I love being able to have that control and try new things. Also, keeping the images more pastel against the dark background is really striking and I love it!

Products used today:
Alice stamps
Madness stamps
Rabbit Hole stencil
Champagne Stardust confetti
Liquid glue
Foam squares
Glossy accents
Distress Oxide – black soot, blueprint sketch, faded jeans

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

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