How cute is this stamp set? And how true…LOL
I used the new Smooch Spritz (Log Cabin) on the More Mustard background – I thought it looked like dirt flying.
The Chocolate Chip cardstock has been embossed with the Lattice Impressions Folder and the scallop was cut with the Big Shot Scallop Circle die. I used watercolor paper for the image so I could colour the image in with inks.
We made this card at my Big Shot club – it's used three Big Shot products – two I've mentioned already and the third?? It's the layer (Old Olive) from the King of the Hill saying which was punched with the Modern Label Punch. The Old Olive layer is cut using the magentic dies that fit in the Movers and Shapers Die.
By my sister, Ellie Blake, from Pickering, Ontario. First Ellie used a frame along with the Lattice Impressions Die to leave a space in the middle for the image which she stamped in Basic Gray ink.
Then she coloured in parts of the image in Real Red.
Finally she restamped the Barbeque twice on Basic Gray cardstock, cut it out and layered it by popping up with dimensionals.
The flipper is stamped a second time on Silver Metallic cardstock and popped up.
The Real Red Polka Dot ribbon reminds me of a picnic tablecloth. So cute!
This time she made the card into any easel card – don't you LOVE the way she added the hot dog image from the Voila stamp set? So clever.
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