Hi there! Emily Midgett back again for another guest post for Heffy Doodle! I absolutely love gnomes… they’re just so darn cute. And the Gnome Matter What stamp set has so many darling images for building a sweet little outdoor scene. Let’s get started with the details on this gnome-y project!
I began by stamping several of the images from the Gnome Matter What stamp set onto some white card stock using Copic-friendly black ink, then die cut the images using the coordinating dies. I then colored them with a variety of Copic markers in a cheerful red and teal color scheme.
After I’d colored all of the individual images, I die cut some grass for the bottom edge of the card using the Grassy Lass Border Dies and some deep teal card stock. I also blended some bright blue ink along the top of my white card base using blender brushes to create a brilliant summer sky!
I arranged all of the die cut images in a cute little scene along the bottom of my blended A2 card base and adhered them with foam tape. I stamped a greeting from Gnome Matter What on a strip of white card stock, then die cut the Friend die three times from white card stock, adhering all of the die cuts together using liquid adhesive to create a dimensional die cut, finally adding the greeting to the blended card base.
Well, that’s all for me today! I want to thank Lesley and the other ladies at Heffy Doodle for having me as their guest the last couple of weeks! It’s been so much fun to play with the darling stamps from Heffy Doodle. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and have a marvelous week!