Its Hazel from Didos Designs here today to show you a couple of creations I have made using the super Go Wild Stamp Set. I have loved playing about with this set.
My first creation was made using promarkers and distress inks for the moonlit night sky, with our Little Safari Man out looking for Giraffes!!! I think its behind you!!!
My second card used distress inks again for a different background and a wee stamped elephant cut out. You can get the dies to go with this set here. I have to say that using the dies would be so much easier than all my time spent cutting!!!
Thank You for dropping by today, I hope I have inspired you, Enjoy the weekend whatever you are up too!!
Today our little town boy continues his adventures at the safari park. Do you remember which animal our ranger spotted first? 😊 As it actually turned out, the giraffe was peeking out of the tree to see how close the boy was as it was his birthday and the animals prepared a surprise for him 😉
And here is a picture from another perspective to give you a better understanding of who was responsible for a birthday cake:
I do hope everyone was enjoying a birthday party that day 😊
it's Justine again and I'm back guest designing for Gerda Steiner Designs. I just love these critters! They are too adorable and I had this funny image in my head of the animals car-jacking the safari vehicle and leaving the guide behind so this is what I created with my Copics and the Go Wild Stamp Set. I'm am also giving away a Go Wild Stamp away on my Blog!
If you would like to know more about the colours I used for this image, check out the video or my Blog! Thank you Gerda Steiner Designs for having me again!
STAMP: Coffeesaurus from Gerda Steiner designs
COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils
PAPER: Pink, dark brown and white cardstock
INK: Chocolate brown dye ink from My favorite things, Versafine onyx black
DIES: Crea-nest-lies XXL 42 and 50 from Crealies
ACCESSORIES: Tiny attacher from Tim Holtz
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Im Hazel from Didos Designs and Im excited to share with you today 2 creations I have done using the super Go Wild Clear Stamp Set.
For my top card I have used a die for the circle in the middle and then stamped lots of giraffes. I love using clear stamps as you can see exactly where you are stamping.
I have coloured the giraffes in using promarkers. I then added the sentiment from the stamp set in the middle of the circle.
For this card I have done some paper piecing. I used some pretty girly paper as felt I wanted a pretty girly card. I stamped the elephant on the white card then the 2 papers and cut them out and popped them on the areas I wanted. I finished her off with glossy accent eyes.
Thanks for dropping by today.
I hope you like what I have done. I will be back again next weekend with another couple of creations,
This time I've decided to send our cute little town boy to the safari park to observe freely roaming animals. I wonder which animal our ranger met first 😉
Yep, he really managed to catch a glimpse of the tallest animal in the world 😊
To create this card I went with a multi-layered landscape: hills фе the back, green long trees (I guess for the animals to better hide from people 😃), warm sun and grass. All these elements were made of the white cardstock and colored with Distress Inks and Copic markers.
Well, to tell you the truth, this card is just a beginning of our little ranger's acquaintance with the creatures that live at the safari park. Next time you'll be able to see the story's development 😊 Stay tuned!
I'm Diana from Moments of Creativity and I'm back with another card featuring a very cute and recently released Go Wild Clear Stamp Set which turns out to be perfect for creating any adventure scenes with adorable animals.
And here is what I came up with for today:
Yes, this stamp set came also in handy for making newborn baby cards 😊
I started off by creating ink blended background and then spritzed some water on the panel to get the spots. Once this was done, I die cut a star on one side of the panel and added some false stitches on the other one. After placing a piece of design paper and the panel on the card base, I stamped a mouse, an elephant and balloons onto a piece of paper and colored them with my Copics. Then I put all the elements together and added the stamped sentiment. Since the card looked a little empty I added a butterfly and a cloud to fill in the empty space. And that's how this project was created 😃
Do you remember the cute bee that was the image for March challenge? Soon you can find it also as a clear stamp!
For this card I started by stamping this adorable bee and then colored using Spectrum Noir Markers. And ever since I saw this cutie I knew I wanted to make an interactive card so next step was to die cut the cloud borders so I can hide the brad behind the clouds :)
Inked the background using Distress ink and adhered the bee to a piece of acetate, and attached the piece of acetate to the cloud border.
On the other cloud border I stamped the sentiment , adhered everything using foam tape so that the bee can move and added some sequins, and my card was done!
Also shared a little video on how the card work
Thank you so much for stopping by! have a great day!
add highlights to the eyes with a white gel pen and some sparkle to the pink flowers with Wink of Stella Clear Glitter
to embellish the flowerpots I stamped some hearts from the Gerda Steiner Designs Happy Hoppy set
with Versamark and heat-embossed them with WOW! Bright White Super Fine
embossing powder or simply drew in some with white acrylic paint
stamp the sentiment from the Altenew Painted Greetings set with Versafine Onyx Black
apply Distress Oxide Ink (Iced Spruce) throught the Tim Holtz Layering Stencil (Dot Fade)
mount the panel onto pink glitter paper before adhering it to the cardbase
I'm 32 years old.
Full time mother of 3.
I'm a part-time waitress at Denny's. I also work in an office/warehouse part-time.
I teach Copic Classes at Local Scrapbook Stores in Southern California. I also do Graphic Designing.
I love to Color, Scrapbook and just starting Mixed Media!