Thursday, 13 October 2016

Sending bunny hugs!


Hey, Hello Artists! (ps- craft is an art too!) Okay not too much ado this time- lets jump on straight! I put together a simple and fun filled technique with the special "misti tool" and the stamps. hope you would enjoy!

We are now going to create a sentiment backdrop for a stamped image. (ah, doesnt it look cool- yes we feel the same sentiment too)






Ingredients and Tools:



  • white card stock.
  • clear stamp (mudra craft stamps).
  • mini misti stamping tool.
  • water color pencil.
  • masking tape.
  • water brush.
  • scissor.
  • glitter glue.
  • distress inks (Seedless Preserves, Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Peacock Feathers, Mowed Lawn, Black Soot).

A step at a time:
  • place the bunny stamp at the center and stamp it.

  • now fussy cut the bunny and mask the bunny with the masking tape.

  • Begin stamping the sentiment with the distress inks in different colors at the bottom of the bunny and, move it 1/4 inch up and down.

  • now the the sentiment backdrop is all ready that we can remove the masked area.

  • add colors to the bunny with water color pencil.

  • add the glitter glue to the gift box.


  • well, that is pretty much it.





Aaand we are submitting this piece to Mudra Challenge #2 : Color Palette (wish us luck even now, okay!)



Special thanks to Jennifer for sharing the beautiful technique.

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10 comments:

  1. Just lovely!! Thanks for joining at Mudra challenge #2. Good Luck!

    Sathya
    Mudra DT

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  2. Your card is so adorable and so sweet of you to share the step by step tutorial for it. The multi-colored background looks amazing!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Mudra! Good luck.

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  3. Beautiful background you have created. Cute card. Thank you for joining the Mudra Color Palette challenge. Good Luck.
    Gayatri
    Mudra DT

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  4. Don't we all just love this technique shown by Jennifer? Simple but effective. Your card is so cute! Thanks for joining the fun at Mudra. Good luck :)

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  5. Lovely card. Very cute. I love mudra's bunny stamp :)

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