Life these days is complicated. A quick reminder of the important things doesn't go amiss every now and again, I think: live-laugh-love. If you can do that, you have it licked!
Today's technique lover challenge over on Splitcoast is a cute stair fold card and I thought it would be perfect for a little flock of primitive sheep.
Stamps are from the new Primitive Singles line at Cornish Heritage Farms, releasing tomorrow.
- Primitive Sheep
Paper: Herbal Garden Dark (Prism), hammer texture ivory
Ink: Adirondack dye ink by Ranger (Espresso)
Other: star brad, piercing tool, Scor-it, sponge
If like me, you don't have a piercing template, sketch or stamp a swirl onto scrap paper and pierce along the lines, just eyeballing the distance between holes. A little difference just adds to the homespun charm on a project like this!
I don't cut out the fiddly bits like the legs on this sheep - just stamp on your project, then cut out the main part of the image from your ivory cardstock and stick it over the image you stamped on your card base and your sheep's legs will look perfect!
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