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Your Next Stamp Dare!

Hi, all! Welcome back to Creatively Cass. I’m back today with a card that I made for the July Design Team Dare for Your Next Stamp. Today’s theme was ‘pop it up.’ This could’ve been taken a lot of different ways, but I chose to use some foam tape to add dimension to my card for this challenge. Let’s take a look!

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I started by die cutting the Mini Drink Die set from a piece of A2 110 lb card stock. I made sure to keep it within the edges of the piece of paper, as well as making sure I didn’t overlap anything. This made it easier to pop up the piece with foam tape later. I ink blended Blueprint Sketch, Peacock Feathers, Antique Linen and Fossilized Amber over the die cut panel and spritzed it with water.

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Once that was completely dry I popped it up with the foam tap, directly onto a card base. I used my Misti stamping tool to stamp the face from the Happy Hour stamp set on one of the glasses, and colored in the cheeks with a light pink Copic marker. I used one of the umbrellas I die cut to color in and adhere to the glass with the face.

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I die cut one of the speech bubbles from Talk Bubbles and Arrows die set and heat embossed the sentiment from Happy Hour on it. That also got popped up with foam tape. And with that my card was complete! I hope you enjoyed the card I created for today. Be sure to head over to the Your Next Stamp blog and leave a comment for a chance to win a stamp set of your choice!

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I’ll see you again soon with another card!

 

 

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