I am one happy camper when I can break out Stampin’ UP’s oldest current set Lovely as a Tree and pair it with a new set such as Christmas in the Making.
Today’s keep it basic ink to paper card features the stamp of the gorgeous ornament girl in the holiday release set Christmas in the Making.
Keep it basic are what I call cards which just have ink applied to paper. (aka SIP:stamps ink paper) This creation is stamped onto Shimmery White cardstock, then colored with blender pens or straight markers, and clouds were created with torn paper and daubers (read below for more details).
How to create clouds with daubers & torn paper:
- Tear a scrap of tablet or printer paper to get rounded bubble and valley shapes.
- Start inking at the top of the sky and work down your cardstock. Apply your torn strip and add your favorite blue ink for the sky using daubers (substitute a cotton ball if you don’t have a dauber) and push from the torn paper towards the cardstock. Lightly adding color is best-you’ll notice you don’t need much.
- Move your paper down and change angle slightly to achieve variation in cloud shapes (or flip over your torn paper for a slight change).
- Repeat inking until your sky is complete.
Remember, you don’t need a lot of supplies to create something. You can always find ways to use what you have on hand and add new items to items you already own.
Thanks for stopping by. If you have any questions or need help using Stampin’ UP! supplies you already own, feel free to ask me how something is done. If you aren’t making things with your purchases, I’d like to get you creating again.
Until next time…