One Stamp Three Ways
Hi all, Fleur here with you today using a fun Christmas stamp I got from the Scrapbook Nerd store in 3 different ways. As soon as my son saw the Kelly Purkey Yeti stamp he said we have to get it for this years Christmas cards and who am I to let the boy down lol. I also made a quick video on how I made these cards you can see it here https://youtu.be/BDjmHkOj_nQ .
First gather all your supplies, I used patterned paper, stamps, glitter, sequins, scissors, plastic pockets and more.
For my first card I wanted to make a giant shaker pocket as the actual card. I stamped the Yeti image in black ink on white cardstock.
I used the watercolors to color him in, he is the one on the left.
I added sequins, glitter, mini pom poms and snowflakes to my 4X6 Becky Higgins pocket.
I then sealed the pocket with my Fuse tool.
Then I stamped the sentiment on cardstock cut it out and added them both to the pocket. I love the way it turned out! He’s so cute.
My second card idea is creating a fun scene with paper and stamps. I love doing this and almost all my Christmas cards use this technique. First find some stamps or paper that you can cut out to make a winter/Christmas scene. This time I colored in the Yeti with the Cracked Pistachio distress ink.
Then I stamped the tree that comes in the stamp set on green paper and cut them out leaving a little green around the stamped image.
Then I added them to the tree paper to make it lool like he is in a forest.
I added some sequins for snow too.
My last idea for this stamp was to make a tag, I decided this time to cut the Yeti from patterned paper and paper piece him. I cut him from beige and also green then cut out the green to use just on his tummy and eyes.
I covered the tag with patterned paper and then added him on with another sentiment and some chipboard stickers that coordinated with the paper.
I had so much fun playing with this cute little Yeti! Have you started your Christmas Cards yet?