May 2020 Stamp N Hop Blog Hop

Welcome to the monthly Stamp N’ Blog Hop. This month’s theme is all about saying goodbye to our favorite, retiring products. You have just arrived from Jill Chapman’s post. You are currently visiting Nicole from the U.S. Thank you for dropping by. I do hope you enjoy my project.

I decided to use one of my favorite sets, Animal Outing! I am sad to see this one go, but it will go out with a fond farewell.

I used a Pear Pizzazz card base and Shaded Spruce DSP for my layer. I die cut through both layers at the same time in order to get my cut out in the right spot.

I stamped, colored, and die cut the little animals. The rhino and little koala were colored with Smokey Slate Ink and a blender pen. The kangaroo is colored with the Crumb Cake Blends Combo. For the giraffe I used the Daffodil Delight Combo and Dark Crumb Cake.

I attached the rhino and the giraffe between the two layers so that they were not seen on the inside of the card. I attached the kangaroo with dimensionals.

I added a little Wink of Stella to accent a few parts of the animals and finished off the card with some Rhinestones.

Lastly, I used Shaded Spruce to stamp the tree branch image on the inside of the card. My sentiment is from the Butterfly Gala stamp set.

Once again, thank you for visiting my blog today & that you have found inspiration to create your own project. Please click on the Next Arrow to hop along with the rest of us. Don’t forget when visiting to leave them a little love.”

Click on the Next arrow to be taken over to Sue Allen’s post.

Product List
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9 thoughts on “May 2020 Stamp N Hop Blog Hop

  1. Yes. I am going to miss this lovely set too NIcole but think it will be sitting on my shelf for some time especailly be an Aussie lol. Great job showcasing this set. Thanks for joining us this month at Stamp ‘N Hop


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