Monster birthday card

Hello everyone!

Today we are sharing with you a fun and colourful card! For this card we used our monsters stamps that we had on hand for a long time but never got the chance to use them on a project! These little monsters are so adorable that you don’t really have to do a lot with them to make a beautiful card!

The focal point is of course some of these cute creatures that we stamped on some watercolour paper with Archival Ink. As always we used our favourite colouring method which is none other than our Inktense Pencils and a waterbrush. Then we used the coordinating dies and our Big Shot Machine to cut everything out. Of course we couldn’t resist to make them even cuter with some googly eyes! We also coloured and cut some of the embellishments for the background. At this moment we didn’t know exactly how many we would need so we made a bunch. We didn’t end up using all of them but we kept the rest for another project.

Since we wanted to create a space scene we covered the card front with a dark blue paper. As always we left a small border all around to frame the card front. Now, we didn’t want our little monsters to be floating around so we made a planet to put their feet on! To make that we die-cut a large circle out of dark grey paper. Then we covered it with VersaMark Ink and sprinkled it with clear and white embossing powder. All that was left to do was to melt everything with a heat gun. The result was amazing!

All our elements were now ready. We played around a bit to decided where everything would go before we committed with glue. To get that extra dimension that we so love we popped the little monsters onto foam squares.

For the sentiment we die cut a tag and then heat embossed with white embossing powder one of the sentiments that is included in the stamp set.



And that was it! The card was ready! What do you think? We love how colourful and fun it turned out! Thank you all for stopping by! See you soon on our next post! Until then…happy crafting!

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