Miss Ink Stamps – How Do You Do?

Hello everyone! I’m happy to be here sharing a fun Alice in Wonderland themed card featuring stamps, stencils and embellishments from Miss Ink Stamps. I adore this whole collection and love how they can all be used separate or together to create fun and whimsical cards featuring your favorite Alice characters and scenes.

Another thing that’s fun is to color them any way that suits me in the moment. We all get stuck on the iconic color schemes but changing things up even just a little makes them new and refreshing. I stamped and colored Dee and Dum with my copic markers before using the scan-n-cut to cut them out.

Next, I trimmed a piece of white cardstock to 4×5.25 inches and inked up the Circle Harlequin stencil with orange and teal inks. Then I chose sentiments from Dee and Dum and stamped them in gray ink, using the image as a guide where they fit best.

I added gray cardstock to the front of a white card base and popped the stenciled panel up with foam tape on that. Then I added the image with foam squares because, well, dimension and you know I love it!

For finishing touches I added a scattering of Champagne Stardust glitter across the whole design. Then I added Touch of Gloss to the propellers, buttons and bowties on Dee and Dum. Just a little sparkle and shine on a very fun card.

Products used:
Dee and Dum stamps
Circle Harlequin stencil
Champagne Stardust glitter
Foam tape and squares
Touch of Gloss
Liquid glue
Blending brushes
Lawn Fawn mermaid and peach fuzz inks
Copic markers

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

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