I'm super excited to share my card today it features one of the newly release stamp.
This little guy is Hedgy In Tulip. Adorable right!
Find this cute stamp & tons more at highhopesstamps.com on March 19th, 2015
I stamped Hedgy with my memento tuxedo black ink on some copic paper. I colored him and the tiny butterfly with my copic markers, them I fussy cut it. The paper I used is "Sunshower" from Heidi Grace Designs. For the background I used Tim Holz distress inks, and a tulip stamp from my stash. My card measures 5X5 inches. When I saw this adorable stamp I start thinking Spring garden or maybe Easter card, but them I remember my girls loved to watch some fairy movies, so I want to created for him a whimsical garden with lots of glitter, sparkle and happy Spring colors. For extra blink I used Fran-tage embossing powder around the designer paper.
Here is a close up!
He looks so happy on top of the tulip, saying "Happy Birthday" to his little friend. I love Hedgy he is so sweet. I sprinkle some star dust stickles and wink of Stella pen on my pink tulip and butterfly only. I also used some clear jewels.
S.U (Express Yourself & Blessed Easter Stamps)
(Sunshower) from Heidi Grace Design Paper
(Whisper White Cardstock) from S.U
Royal Lace Dollie, Clear Gems, (Star Dust Stickles) from Ranger, Gold Brads, Uniball Signo Pen, Clear Wink of Stella, and S.U (Modern Label Puch), 3D Foam Adhesive.
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, Tim Holtz Distress Inks ( Peacock Feathers & Broken China), Black Embossing Powder, Fran-tage Embossing Powder (Frek01) I used the "Shabby White" Copic Markers:
Hedgy- E00, 23, 25. R20. RV00.
Flowers- RV10, 11, 13. YR04, 07, 09. Y11, 17, 35. YG03, 95, 97.
Butterfly- V15, 17. RV17, 19
And the inside!
This is the inside of my card. Hope you guys felt in love with this adorable stamp. Hedgy In Tulip, he will make you giggle and the possibilities are endless. Don't forget to enter in our challenge this month, Anything High Hopes Goes. Just remember to used High Hopes stamps only and if you don't have one, you can used the free digital stamp.