When a stamp has a retro feel…it’s time to make a retro sleigh ride card! I looked up some old card designs on the interwebs and found some with simple colorways and lots of white outlines, and figured out a creative way to do some masking that you might like!
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In the video I’ll show you how to do the crazy masking using Eclipse tape – it’s a little convoluted but makes a really nice flat card! (There are dies you can use to cut out the images to adhere – but I thought this was a fun option too!)
The red card is so much fun – and with the chunky outlines it wasn’t so hard to trim out. (And FYI I finally did find my detail scissors!)
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- Sleigh Bells Ring, Pinkfresh Studio Clear Stamps
- Sleigh Bells Ring, Pinkfresh Studio Dies
- MISTI Stamping tool
- Catherine Pooler Ink Pads:
- Tape, Judikins Eclipse
- Solar White Neenah Classic Crest Cardstock
- Blending Buddy Ink Blending Tool, Trinity Stamps
- White Uni-ball Gel Pen
- Sharpie Ultra fine