Our theme is Animal Antics this month!
Welcome to our July Control Freaks Blog Hop. We are all creating using animals this month for our Animal Antics theme. You may have arrived here from visiting with my friend Connie Babbert. At the end of my post, I will direct you to the next person. Happy Blog Hopping!
The Way To Goat stamp set is so stinkin’ cute. I love all of the different goat images and the neat sentiments. I used the “Color With The Inked Lines Technique” on the image with a Blender Pen.
Isn’t the goat the cutest image?
I had this thought in my head to try and it worked like a charm. I diecut the white curvy layer using our Warm Wraps Dies and used the little tab piece on the end to glue under the cardstock layer by folding it over. Here are the steps:
- Card Base: Misty Moonlight Cardstock 7″ x 5-1/2″. Score and fold at 2-3/4″.
- Curvy Layer: Use the Warm Wraps Dies and cut (1) curvy layer using Basic White Cardstock. Stamp the sentiment using Misty Moonlight Ink on the right side. Fold the little tab over and set aside.
- Inside Layer #2: Basic White Cardstock 5-1/4″ x 4″. Glue the curvy layer to the back about 1-1/4″ from the bottom. Glue to the inside of the card base.
- Inside Layer #3: 2020-2022 In Color Designer Paper 5″ x 2″. Glue over the white layer on the inside and leaving 1/4″ around all three sides on the right.
- Front Flap Layer #1: Basic White Cardstock 5-1/4″ x 2-1/2″. Glue to flap.
- Front Flap Layer #2: 2020-2022 In Color Designer Paper 5″ x 2-1/4″. Glue to front flap over the white.
- Stamped Layer: Stamp the goat image on Basic White Cardstock using Misty Moonlight Ink. Color the image by using a Blender Pen and the inked lines. Cut with the stitched circle from the Warm Wraps Dies. Layer over a 2nd circle cut with the Layering Circles Dies that measures 2-1/8″ using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Glue to the curvy layer on the card front at the left.
- Bling: Add Blue Adhesive-Backed Gems to the stamped layer on the white.
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