Miss Ink Stamps – Merry Christmas Woodland Critters

Happy Thursday everyone. I hope your week is going splendid! I’m here today with a bit of Christmas inspiration using a few Miss Ink Stamps products. Layering stencils together for a magical touch and an array of the cutest woodland critters for a sweet scene! I hope you like it.

I started with my stencils and stamps laid out on my card front to figure out how far the stenciled trees needed to go and how many critters I could fit. Once that was decided I inked up the Scene Builder Treeline stencil with dark blue ink, just applying with a lighter hand as I went up. Then I layered the Sparkles stencil over top and spread iridescent Glitz Glitter Gel through that. I set the panel aside to dry and cleaned my area so I could stamp critters!

I stamped the critters and scene elements from Woodland Hearth and colored them with my copic markers. Then I fussy cut everything out, including the inside of the scene area between the trees and under the stockings and such. Then I used liquid glue to adhere the scene portion to the stenciled panel and popped my bunnies up with foam squares.

I stamped and die cut the sentiment with a banner die and inked the top with leftover blue ink from my blending brush to tie it in and help it stand out from the white space in the sky. I popped it up with foam squares too.

Aren’t these critters just the sweetest?!? I think they are adorable and make a very calm and serene Christmas card.

Products used:
Woodland Hearth stamps
Scene Builder Treeline stencil
Sparkles stencil
Foam squares
Liquid glue
Pink & Main Extra Large Sentiment Strip dies

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

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