Wednesday, January 23, 2013
New Kiddos at Stampendous
There's still time to enter this month's Stampendous Challenge which is all about Kiddos. If you're new to Kiddos, it's an adorable line of stamps showcasing really cute kid images doing all kinds of fun activities (bike riding, fishing, skate boarding, dancing, celebrating birthdays...). Kiddos are so much fun to stamp and color.
Have I peeked your curiosity? Want to play along? Stamp your favorite Stampendous Kiddos on any type of project and link it to the linky tool below for your chance to win a Kiddo of your own! You can use other cute kid stamps you already own, but Stampendous Kiddos on your project make it count twice. Please note: to be eligible to win, you need a U.S. Mailing address. You can read all our official rules here on our Challenge Rules Page.
Today's card uses the new Stampendous Boots Kiddo. Yes, that's right, it's brand new. All this week, design team members are showcasing the newest and coolest, soon to be released products and this cutie is one of them.
Noteworthy Supplies and Directions:
Stampendous CRM292 Cling Boots Kiddo
Stampendous SSC1164 Kiddo Birthday
Stampendous CRR105 Dream Text
Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock
Copic X-Press It Blending Card
Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Tsukineko VersaMark WaterMark Ink
Clearsnap Colorbox Frost White Ink
Create card base and corresponding panels from various colors of cardstock; Swipe panel edges with Frost White ink.
Create decorative edge on top panel by punching small holes with a paper piercer.
Stamp Dream Text onto top panel using VersaMark ink.
Adhere panels together; Wrap twine around panels; Adhere to card base.
Punch several circles varying in size from cardstock and patterned paper; Swipe edges with Frost White ink;
Cut slits in circles to create frills.
Stamp sentiment onto one circle using Tuxedo Black ink.
Layer circles; Adhere to card base.
Stamp Boots Kiddo onto X-Press It Blending Card using Tuxedo Black ink; Color with Copics.
Create decorative edge around image.
Adhere colored image panel to mat and then card base.
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