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    From the Zoo…

    Hi again, Cheryl here with another project to share.

    Today I’m working with a Gerda Steiner stamp set called Party Animals. Such cute images! So, I got out my Oxide Inks and did some ink blending and then used one of KS Stitched Heart Tag Dies. I cut one from the ink blended cardstock and four more from just white.

    You can see I only want the area with the heart with some above and below.

    I then glued the four together to create the shaker well. Add a piece of acetate and trim so it doesn’t show. Then glue this to the back of the main, ink blended piece. Trim anything that shows from the front. Fill with your shaker bits and glue another piece of acetate to the back to keep it all in.

    I added foam tape to all the other areas. I then stamped my sentiment onto some vellum and heat embossed with black embossing powder. I also colored and cut out my cute alligator with Distress Markers and cut out with my Brother Scan N Cut 2. I added foam squares to the back of the little guy.

    I picked out the leaf shaped sequins and made a little cluster with a regular sequin in the center to resemble flowers. And added a few others as well. The patterned paper is from Doodlebug’s At The Zoo 6×6 paper pad. I cut it just a tiny bit smaller than the card base. Then glued the panel in place.

    I love how easily these Oxide inks blend! So easy and no harsh lines. And today I see the next 12 are being released!!! Cannot wait! Anyway, that’s my card for today. Hope some of the process photos help to see how I did this. Get out your supplies and have some fun paper crafting! See you next time!

    Here’s the products I used from the KatScrappiness Store.

    Stitched Heart Tag Dies

    Gerda Steiner Party Animals Stamp Set

    Doodlebug’s At the Zoo 6×6 Paper Pad

    Lucky Charms Sequin Mix

    Tutti Fruiti Sequin Mix

    Fired Brick Oxide Ink

    Fossilized Amber Oxide Ink

    Spiced Marmalade Oxide Ink




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