It’s becoming colder in Durban. So on most nights, I find myself wrapped up all snug, sitting at my craft desk, trying to create some magic.
I bought some Julie Nutting stamps for a tag swap that I participated in and never used it again. After finding Julie Nutting on Instagram, I decided that I want to make a card with her stamps.
Here’s a quick description of this card’s process:
- Using a brick wall stencil and Ranger distress inks, I blended a wall background onto plain white cardstock.
- I die cut a small picket fence, a small paper doily, a doily topper and some leaves.
- I stamped the doll several times on different sheets of patterned paper and using the paper piecing method, I created the doll image for the card.
Once all the elements for this card was prepared, putting this card together was seamless. To add dimension to the card, I used a raised wooden word embellishment. I finished the card off with some splatters of inks, pearls and diamantes.
Laugh, it’s an instant vacation, said Milton Berl – so I hope that my card made you take an instant vacation.
Thank you for visiting. Until next time, learn new things and if you can be anything in this world, choose to be a kind human.
Yours in papercrafting ,
The Girl with a Tape Runner