Here is another set of cards that my Stamp-a-Stack attendees made.
I LOVE this bunny stamp set called Sweet Little Something. The 3 images layer up on one another to form a very realistic looking 3-D photo-like image. With the sentiments that come in this set, it’s perfect for Easter, welcoming little babies, or just shouting out “Hooray.”
For all you demonstrators, in a Stamp-a-Stack setting I had these three layering bunny images set up in my Stamparatus and guided everyone through using this new tool (that will debut June 1st in the upcoming 2018-19 Annual Catalog). I stayed right there at that station so that each person had success stamping the image.
If you not going to make this card in a class setting and are only making one card, you can set up these see-through Photopolymer stamps like you normally would (on clear blocks) and just take your time stamping them.
Here are the measurements and a few tips if you wish to recreate this card.
- Soft Suede cardstock: 4-1/4″ x 11″ folded in half at 5-1/2″ for the card base
- Very Vanilla cardstock: 1-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ strip, scrap for stamping and die-cutting the 2-5/8″ x 3-9/16″ oval, & 3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ piece for the inside
- Early Espresso cardstock:1-1/4″ x 4-1/4″ strip
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- Ink up the solid bunny image in Soft Suede ink. Stamp it onto scrap paper and then onto the Very Vanilla scrap to get a lighter tone.
- Next ink up the middle image (the darker of the two detailed bunnies shown above) with Soft Suede ink, and stamp that next on top of the solid base image. These images are tricky to line up. But I focused on the outline of the legs and armpit area, and that seemed to help.
- And then ink up the last image with Early Espresso ink, and stamp it on top. Again…take your time and use the outline area to guide you in stamping. You could also use a Stamp-a-ma-Jig if you find it challenging to just eyeball and want to get perfect placement.
- Cut out the bunny with the large oval framelit, emboss the Early Espresso cardstock strip, and layer up and assemble the card.
Here are a few more close-up photos.
Notice the embellishments are all different? I like to offer my stampers ways to make each card in a set look different. That way instead of having multiples of 4 different cards (they make 4 sets of 3 cards), they walk away with 12 unique cards if they wish.
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