Stamped Menagerie!

Okay….I had to keep playing with my MISTI (Most Incredible Stamp Tool Invented) because I had so much fun with it the other day!  My crafty friend, Rubeena, is on the Design Team for a new stamp company called The Ton Stamps.  Their stamps are very unique and their sequins/confetti (aka Gilding) are in such lovely colors!!  I ended up purchasing their entire line of couture sequin mixes as well as the Sketchy Menagerie Stamp Set.  The moment I saw this stamp set, I knew I wanted to “mount” these animal heads and create some simple masculine notecards.  Whaddya think?!

See below for steps to reproduce:

  1. Create A2 top-folding card bases out of Neenah Solar White 80lb. Cardstock
  2. Stamp the animal heads from The Ton Stamps Sketchy Menagerie Stamp Set and the flourish from JustRite Large Fancy Sentiments Stamp Set using VersaMark Ink and heat emboss with Ranger Liquid Platinum Embossing Powder
  3. Stamp the laurel using the Papertrey Ink Lovely Laurels Stamp Set with Hero Arts Forever Green Shadow Ink
  4. There is no need for you to have to go out and hunt to mount some animal heads!  Enjoy your stamped menagerie!

I will be submitting this set of note cards to Virginia’s View Challenge #13: All Things Embossed!

Thank you so much for visiting my blog today and Happy Crafting!

10 thoughts on “Stamped Menagerie!

  1. Ruby N says:

    Ahhhh you rock!!!!!! The MISTI was an awesome purchase because it seems I’ll get to see more of your creativity!!! I agree, these are so great for masculine cards 🙂


  2. Virginia L. says:

    Gorgeous CAS design! Superb work, Jessica! Way to rock with your new MISTI! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Embossed” Challenge!


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