5 April 2017

Absolutely Fabulous

Hello there, today I have a card to share using the fabulous Dress Up Stamp & Cut from Hero Arts. It was released on Monday as an amazing add-on for the April My Monthly Hero Kit. Unlike the kit itself, this set is not limited edition. Like the stamps in the main kit, you can build women and girls in this set using the stamps and dies. I wanted to show another way of using it though, by just using the girl's top half!
 

I started off by taking a strip of white cardstock and stamping the girls head and top half of her body on to it using Intense Black Ink. I then stamped her face separately (you can mix and match faces too, which is really fun!). I stamped one of the sentiments from the set beside her and then coloured her with Copic Markers.
 
 
I took a piece of the teal cardstock from the MMH kit and stamped the Confetti Bold Prints stamp on to this using Tide Pool ink. This piece was then added to a white 4-bar notecard with ATG. I took a strip of black shimmery paper (also from the MMH kit) and added this on top. I then added the image panel with foam tape.
 
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COPIC MARKERS: Face - E13, E11, E00, E000, R20. Hair - E27, E25, E23. Top - BG18, BG13, BG01.
 
It is such a cute little set. I am really looking forward to having a play with it using the die for the skirt too! Thanks so much for visiting me today. I hope you have a great day and a fabulous rest of the week!

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Michelle, love the look of this stamp set. How cute and the blue cardstock looks so stunning.

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  2. Aw what sweet imagine, very sassy girl and sweetly coloured in too. Beautiful colours you have used and very classy. X

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  3. Oh that's such a fabulous set - i love the idea of being able to mix and match the heads and faces and that skirt Die would do brilliantly with some fabric die cut with it. Love the colour of that cardstock! Xx

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  4. It is beautiful. You are so talented

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  5. What a sweet card Michelle!

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