3 Ways to use Critter Stamps

Catherine Uncategorized

The critters in our Best Dressed Critters Stamp Set are absolutely darling! I don't always want to color, though so I created a video sharing different techniques and ways to use these critter stamps. Whether you want to color or not, there is something for you in this video!

We'll try techniques like Masking (two ways!), shaker cards, embossing, ink blending, direct to paper and more.

Which card or technique is your favorite? Leave a comment and let me know what you're going to try first!

Masking with Heffy Doodle Memo Tape, then use ink blending brushes to create gorgeous shading with Flirty Fuchsia and Be Mine Ink Pads. Stamp images in black and embellish with diamond stamps, a white embossed sentiment on black cardstock and a strip of glitter paper (that you made!!!).

Since these critter images are on the small side, quick coloring with blender pens and ink pads is all you need for super cute little critters! A strip of striped pattern paper, a few Hearst and a snowflake for the background, then pop that bear up on a tag and you're done!

This card has a lot going on! Stamp the critters, then die cut the coordinating dies out of Heffy Doodle Memo Tape. Use them to mask off the critters and ink blend over the top.

The Club Sursee Ambassadors created some gorgeous cards and I wanted to share a few. Club Sursee Subscribers, an email will be sent to you later this month with lots more inspiration! You can also check out the Pinterest Board for ideas using your subscription products.

Use the tag die layer to cut through card layer and ink blend behind the cut outs. Stamp, die cut and color, then add critter elements to card.

Stamp, die cut and color the cute little bear, then layer him on top of the altered tag. View the video to see how to alter your dies and get more mileage out of them!

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Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! So many ideas to use whether you own these products or not.

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