Saturday, 15 June 2019

Whimsy Stamps - PC Dude

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Today I am sharing with you PC Dude from Whimsy Stamps Digital Collection.

I printed the image onto X-Press It Blending Cardstock using my Brother Laser Printer then coloured him up using Copic Markers.

I fussy cut the image using my EK Success Cutterbee Scissors then ran around the outside of the image using a dual ended Tombow black marker. This finishes off the images and makes sure there is no white edge showing.

I ran through 2 dies in my Sizzix Big Shot - MFT Puffy Clouds and Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle. For the clouds I used some leftover X-Press It Card and for the circle I used American Crafts card stock.

I then cut a few layers of coloured card stock and some patterned paper using my Cutterpillar Pro, all the layers were adhered using Scotch ATG. I cut the heat wave and the ice cream cone from the same patterned papers I used earlier. This is the American Crafts #Summer paper pad. I used some Uni-ball gel pen to add details to the image and I added glossy accents to the glasses.

I used some leftover papers to create some banners for the top of the card. I also used the same paper pad to decorate the inside of the card.

I seriously love the way my card turned out :-) One of my favourite cards I have made.

I hope you have enjoyed my post today, if you have any questions feel free to send me a message or contact me via facebook (all links can be found below).

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Products Used On My Card (Affiliate Links Used Where Possible)

Copic Markers Used

E000, E00, E21, E11, E04, R20
E44, E47, E49
R24, R27, R29
YG21, YG23, YG25
Y04, Y06, Y08
YR14, YR16
B12, B14, B16
V04, V06, V09
RV14, RV17, RV19
G03, G07
B32, B34, B37
N3, N5, N7

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