Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop | Foxy Friends11:00:00 AM
Thanks so much for stopping by today. Today, I'm having a part in the blog hop with the Stamp Review Crew once again. This is a group of stamping enthusiasts - each blog hop features ONE STAMP SET, thus showing how versatile that particular set it. Have you just arrived here from Martha Inchleys blog? If so - thanks for visiting!
Today, the hop revolves around a stamp set called 'Foxy Friends.' It is an awesome set with a matching builder punch.
As you travel around this hop, you will see some AMAZING uses for this set.
My CardAs you will see from some of my recent projects, I have enjoyed stamping the same image multiple times to create a pattern. This was no different.
I started with a piece of Tip Top Taupe and just stamped away. Before I knew it, I had covered the entire piece.
I then stamped the fox onto Vanilla card stock and using the framelits, cut out the fox.
As a part of the set, there is a corner branch. Since they are photopolymer, I 'straightened' the stamp and used mint macaron to stamp on a piece of Vanilla.
I then mounted on a piece of Very Vanilla using dimensionals and then onto the Delightful Dijon card base using foam adhesive strips. The sentiment is from the thoughtful banners set. I used the coordinating punch to cut out and then mounted using foam adhesive strips.
Finally, I stamped the eyes. I was originally going to leave it 'eye-less' but decided to stamp it last minute. Of course, since it had already been stuck down to the card, I mis-stamped it. To cover the mis-stamp, I used some of the metal elements in Emerald Envy to give it a more google-eye look.
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Stamp Review CrewBelow, I have added hyperlinked navigation icons - make sure you hop around and see all the awesome projects in the crew. Next up is the extremely talented Linda Callahan.
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Products UsedBelow I have included a link to the products used on this card.