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Good morning!

Today’s post is precise with another penguin card from http://stores.ajillianvancedesign.com/brrr-stamp-set-by-whimsie-doodles/

this set!

igloo background

I wanted to give a distant look of the igloo with the penguin in front. This card takes a bit of time as it requires masking and blending with distress ink.

Isn’t the penguin so adorable? He can be used for cards or gift tags.

Supplies used:

Paper: Black cardstock, Neenah solar white cardstock, water color paper

Stamp: Brrr stamp set from a jillian vance design company (penguin, igloo and sentiment)

Ink: Memento tuxedo black ink, Copics C100, C6, C3, YR04, Y17, Y11, B00 for igloo, Memento bahama breeze ink pad for igloo, Distress inks tumbled glass, faded jeans, stormy sky

Misc: Stickles icicles, snowflakes from Michaels, Nestabilities Labels 4, dimensionals


1.Cut an A2 size white cardstock 8.5″ X 11″. Score at 4.25″ .

2.Cut a 4.25″ X 5″ black cardstock and attach to base.

3.Cut a 3.75″X5 ” watercolor cardstock. Stamp igloo with bahama breeze inkpad. Color with copics. Mask it with igloo post it and blend distress inks for sky. Spritz with water. Cut slopes in post it and blend with tumbled glass a little bit to give the snow effect on the floor. Use stickles frosty lace on edges. Let dry. Attach it to black cardstock.

4.Cut a 4″ X 5.25″ neenah solar white cardstock. Die cut with nestabilities die and attach it using dimensionals to cardbase .

4. In neenah solar white cardstock, stamp penguin with tuxedo black ink and color with copics. Fuzzy cut it and use dimensionals to attach it to the right bottom corner of the card. Use stickles icicles under it.

5. Stick snowflakes with dimensionals and use stickles icicles for the glitter effect.

Look out tomorrow for tags made with the same stamp set.

Have a great weekend!



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