Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Ch 704 Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Little Critters. Mama Elephant


Hi Everyone!

It is Wednesday again and I am here to introduce a new challenge at the fun and awesome Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

This week's challenge is called: Little Critters
The team is showcasing products from: Mama Elephant
You don't have to use them to join in but if you have some we would love to see them used!)
This is my take:

How to make this card:

I started by making a cardbase and then diecutting a panel that I adhered to a slightly larger piece of black cardstock. I then stamped all the cute images from  LITTLE SIGNAGE AGENDA and the letters to create my message I LOVE YOU A LOT!.
I wanted to keep it b/w so the heart in the center would stand out. To create texture I added glossy accent to the pink heart.


Ranger GLOSSY ACCENTS Glue Dimensional Adhesive GAC17042 at Simon Says STAMP!
SSS Black ink for use with markers
Copic Markers
Ranger's Distress ink
Neenah Solar White cardstock (for the stamped and colored images)
Simon Says Stamp Ultra Thick Cardstock
 (120 lb) (cardbase and die cuts)
Jet Black Archival ink (for watercoloring)
Scotch foam adhesive

Xyron tape dispenser
Xyron mega runner
Glue Dots

Hope you feel inspired to join us this week! By playing along with the Challenge you have the chance to win 25 usd to spend in the Simon Says Stamp Store - YIPPIE!!!!

Hope to see you there!

Don't miss the awesome way to be inspired to create new things every month - Sunscribe to Simon Says Stamp's lovely Card Kit! Inspiration can be found HERE!

You have until next Wednesday at  8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in!

I also share my cards and watercolors here:  My Instagram 


Have a great day, hugs, Karin 


Lorraine A said...

Super cute card karin :-) the little critters are adorable and I love how you left them uncoloured and just added a little pop of colour with the heart balloon :-)

Hope you have a great week!
Lols x x x

Jeanne said...

Oh my, this is really cute, Karin!