Happy Friday! Owl you doin’ today? Isn’t that saying cute?
This week on the Tombow blog we have been sharing projects that we created with stamps from Sweet Stamp Shop.
For my first card, I stamped this sweet owl image with black ink directly onto some print paper from My Mind’s Eye and then I added a bit of shadow to the owl with Tombow Dual Brush pen (#243). To get the light shading, I scribbled the pen onto a piece of acetate and used a waterbrush to pick up and place the color onto the print paper. This give a nice, soft subtle shading effect. I cut the owl out and mounted it with Tombow Foam Tabs onto a white embossed panel. I used Tombow Mono Dots Roller to attach the white panel to the lime green glitter panel. A little lime twine was wrapped around thise panels and then the glitter panel is popped up onto the aqua card with a few more Tombow Foam Tabs. To add a little shine, I used Tombow Mono Aqua on the owls eyes and tummy.
For my next card, I stamped the owl in black ink onto white cardstock and then colored it in with Tombow Dual Brush pens (#623, #942 and #977) and then popped it up onto the lavendar dot card with some Tombow Foam Tabs. I added some Tombow Mono Aqua to the lavendar tummy feathers and then sprinkled with some crystal glitter.
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What sweet cards! That owl is so cute, and I love how you showed different ways to decorate/color him. Thanks!
The owls are adorable and I like both the paper piecing and coloring.
The owl is Adorable. Your cards are so pretty. I love the touch of ribbon too. Thanks for all the projects this week, it has been fun and inspiring.
Owl-dorable! I love anything owls you know. Ü
The little bit of glitter looks really cute.
The owl looks great with the twine wrapped as a sort of branch. I also like that you used patterned paper for the owl. Nice job.
the selective embossing looks great!