Wednesday, March 27, 2013

I love zebra print...

It's Wednesday, which means it is time for the Bombshell Stamps March Hump Day Hop!

This month's theme is another fun one. Alison, our blog hop Captain, has chosen "Stencil It In!" as the theme.  You should have hopped on over here from Torrey's Blog.  If not, please start at the beginning at the Bombshell Stamps Blog.

 Okay, so confession time:  I haven't used a stencil in ages.  Seriously.  I couldn't even find where they were hiding in my craft room.  I thought about making one but then somehow, someway, this zebra print stencil popped up out of nowhere and said "Helloooo! Remember me?! You bought me and never used me!"  I can't be the only one that has craft supplies talking to them right?  

 For this card I used the Girl's Ruin Set by Bombshell Stamps. The banner and a Girl's Sacred Sin stamps were inked with Tsukineko Memento Ink onto gloss paper and colored with Sakura Moonlight Gelly Roll Pens.  To create the background, I blended some Distress Inks (Seedless Preserves, Picked Raspberry, Mowed Lawn) onto gloss paper (by Ranger) using a blending tool.  I spritzed some water onto it and dried it with a heat gun.  Then I put the zebra print stencil (by The Crafter's Workshop) on top, dabbed the same color distress inks onto the like colors, and dried it. For the card base, I blended Black Soot Distress Ink on gloss paper and attached the zebra print background. The black glitter ribbon is from Michael's. 

 Your next stop is to see Jodi's wonderful creation at her blog!

Thanks for hopping with us!
- Kim 

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  1. Girl, I LOVE your style. I am always excited to visit your blog. I have a bit of an obsession with zebra print, and I NEED this stencil! I LOVE the colors you used...I officially need the Pickled Raspberry and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks. LOVE!!! Awesome job!

  2. Wow. This is really cool. I love the tone on tone look you achieved with the stencil and the color scheme.

    Gelly roll pens for coloring? Eureeka. Must try soonest.

  3. this is so bright and pretty! I love it!!!