Tried something completely different today – turning a skunk stamp into a chipmunk!
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- Sweet Skunks, MFT
- Copic Markers: EH – Blick
- Copic Hex Chart
- Jet Black Lawn Fawn Ink Pad
- Neenah Cardstock, Solar White: 25pk • 250pk –
- ABS3:• EH • AMZ – Blick
- Air Compressor – (only need comp and cord, not this kit)
- Cord, if it doesn’t come with the compressor
So so cute!!
p.s. Yes, we had a neighbor who had a nest of skunks living in the barn. We counted SIX different patterns on their backs. All spelled “get inside!!” to us, but they definitely had different patterns. In the end, they were removed and released to state game lands. Shew!
I thought you were taking December off??
These critters are adorable!
TFS how to convert the stinkers into the chippers.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS, in case I don’t have contact w/ you before the 25th!
L in PA
Ha! Well it’s on MFT’s channel, part of my contract with them 🙂 Happy Christmas!
Awesome cards Sandy and so cute.
I always admire the fact that you change one thing in an other
like this skunk into a chipmunk.
Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful weekend.
Well, I’m glad you went so far in your skunk coloring research, that you also checked out Pepé le Pew! He was always one of my favorites. Love the way you changed a skunk into a chipmunk – was that Chip or Dale? – Fun cards, and so interesting to see where your very artistic imagination takes you!
These little stinkers are adorable. I love how you showed how to change a stamp into something else. He sure is a cute chipmunk.