Today I'm continuing my love affair with digital stamps, with images from Angie Blom Digital Designs. I only recently discovered this company through their Facebook page and am delighted with the find. I'm particularly fond of Angie's Girls, modern young women who are perfect for any number of occasions.
One of the great things about digital stamps is that they allow all sorts of manipulations - flipping, resizing, merging, and digital paper-piecing, to name a few. Today's card features a digitally paper-pieced top, but the rest of the colouring is with Copic markers. A list of other supplies used is at the bottom of this post.
This image is 'New Year's Sass', a wonderful Marilyn Monroe-esque bombshell. I've teamed her with Heffy Doodle's 'Circles of Life' stencil, which I've inked with inks from Altenew's 'Pocket Full of Sunshine' stamp set.
For a change, I decided to stamp my sentiment vertically. This sentiment is from The Stamp Market's 'Modern Messages' stamp set. Each stamp is a set of two sentiments - a big and bold one and a smaller sub-sentiment - and I chose to ink up only the big and bold part for this card, using a piece of Post-It paper to mask the subsentiment when inking.
I hope you like this sassy Miss as much as I do.
Until next time, keep crafting.
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