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Puppy Bath And Paw Prints

Others Products: Distress inks: Cracked Pistachio and Vintage Photo, mini mister, smooth white card stock, Archival inks- Black and Olive Green, Glossy accent, foam dots, score board, fussy cutting scissors, water color paper, Zig clean clear markers- 003, 025, 041, 044, 091, 092, 038, 060, 061, 062, 072, classic circle die by spellbinders, Crystal Clear glitter

Instructions: The ready side fold card measures, 6" by 8". First mat is from white card stock which is 1/4" less than the card base from all the four sides. The top most mat is 1/8" smaller than the first mat. To prepare, simply smush the Cracked Pistachio on craft sheet, mist with water and lift the color. Build few layers drying in-between each layer. Once satisfied with background, stamp the paws image from You're Paw-fect Cling Stamp Set and the sentiment- Life is Good from Pampered Pooch Cling Stamp Set, randomly using black archival inks. Also stamp the sentiment with olive green archival here and there. Now score the panel at 1/8" each time.

The flowers are fussy cut from the designer paper from same collection. Belt piece is used as a main banner for the sentiment and is from Pampered Pooch Pals Cling Stamp Set and stamped with black archival, die cut using its coordinating die and then distressed with vintage photo distress ink.

For the main element of the card stamp the image from Pampered Pooch Cling Stamp Set using black archival ink on water color paper multiple times. Visualize the image and paint all the images separately. Take scenic background as the first image, inside of the tub as second, dog as the third, front of the tub as fourth image and front leg and hair brush as fifth layers. All the layers are painted using Zig Clean Clear Markers and given dimensions using foam tapes. Cut the frame from white cardstock and adhere around the main image. Once all the elements are ready, assemble the card as shown. Add little glitter to the frame, glossy accent to the paws and painted bones to finish the card.

Created By: Rajni Chawla

Pampered Pooch Pals Die


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