It’s time!! It’s time!! The highly anticipated Lawn Fawn exclusive STAMPtember collaboration set is here!!! The ADORABLE stamp set is called Snow Bunnies and it is a must-have for your holiday and winter card-making! It is available as an individual stamp set or as a bundle with coordinating dies! If this is your first STAMPtember all month long Simon Says Stamp will collaborate with your favorite stamp companies to produce exclusive sets! These sets are ONLY available until they sell out and will not be restocked. The Lawn Fawn collaboration set sells out EVERY year so I highly recommend snagging yours early!
I created a one layer Christmas card with masking, ink-blending, and copic coloring! You can watch the video below or over at my YouTube channel! (And make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to enter my September $100 giveaway!)
I just love that cute snow bunny!!
To start I stamped all the images from Snow Bunnies onto Gina K Masking Magic sheets and fussy cut them. Then I stamped the images onto an A2 panel of white cardstock with copic-friendly intense black ink. I placed the masks over all the stamped images and added a mask across the ground. Next I blended tumbled glass, peacock feathers, salty ocean, and blueprint sketch distress oxide ink across the panel. I let it dry and then splattered it with water a few times and blotted off the excess. Once it was totally dry I splattered it with white acrylic paint and let it dry. The different vibrancy of the white paint and water splatters lend a dimensional effect to my snowy sky!
Once that was totally dry I removed all the masks and colored the images with copic markers. I used the following colors:
- Bunny – E40, E70, E71, E74, E77, R00, R20, T0, T2
- Snow Bunny – T0, T2, T4, Y35, Y38
- Scarves – R35, R37, R39
- Trees – YG41, G02, G03, G16, E74, E77, E79
- Snow – T0, T2, T4, T6
When I was done coloring I added accents with a white gel pen. Then I finished the card my all-time favorite way: with a little nuvo crystal glaze and a sprinkling of chunky and prisma glitter!
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