hello gnome

Hello Friends. As I sit here typing this, I’m enjoying a big Tokyo thunderstorm! After months of dry winter conditions, the rain is here, and it’s making my heart sing!

I have a super cute gnome card to share with you today. Look at this cutie, asleep in his little pot!


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I stamped the image from Pink and Main’s Gnome Matter What stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and coloured him with my Copic Markers. I used the matching dies to cut out the image. I especially appreciate dies when there is an internal piece or two that needs cutting – I’m never happy with my knife skills.

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I have a video of the card making process here. I am enjoying making videos very much, and I hope you are enjoying watching them!

The background for this card was made using Pink and Main’s Cracked Stencil, and a mix of inks, (namely, the green that was left on my brush after I didn’t wash it, and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide), blended on with the Ergonomic Blender Brush.

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The sentiment is from the Big Vertical Greetings Set, also from Pink and Main. I used Dark Chocolate ink and Schoolhouse Red ink, both from Simon Says Stamp. I’ve cut it out using Pink and Main’a Large Sentiment Strip Dies. I’ve loved the thinner Sentiment Strip dies, and all the stamps that co-ordinate with them for a long time now, and I’m glad that the bigger set is here to compliment them.

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The final step of the card was a smattering of Glitter Enamel Dots from the Thankful set.

I’ve made so many cards with this gnome stamp set, and I can’t see myself slowing down anytime soon! I think they’re so adorable, and I love the soft style of the images for colouring. If you’ve enjoyed my card and would like to see more, feel free to visit my Instagram feed here.

Until next time, stay safe everybody.

Blessings,

Donna

These are the supplies I used. You can click on the link to shop. Where available, I have used affiliate links, which means that I will receive a small commission at no cost to you. I’ve tried to link to companies in different countries, so you can save on postage costs. Thank you so much for your support.

Pink and Main Ergonomic Blending Brush
Pink and Main Ergonomic Blending Brush
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P&M | SSS
Pink and Main mini Ergonomic Blender Brush
Pink and Main mini Ergonomic Blender Brush
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P&M
Pink and Main Brush Scrubber
Pink and Main Brush Scrubber
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P&M
Pink and Main Squeaky clean Brush Cleaner
Pink and Main Squeaky clean Brush Cleaner
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P&M
Copic Markers
Copic Markers
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Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
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SBC | SSS
Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass
Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass
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Lawn Fawn Sage Leaf cardstock
Lawn Fawn Sage Leaf cardstock
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SBC
Pink and Main Thankful glitter enamel dots
Pink and Main Thankful glitter enamel dots
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P&M | SSS
Pink and Main Gnome Matter What Stamp
Pink and Main Gnome Matter What Stamp
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P&M | SSS
Pink and Main Gnome Matter What dies
Pink and Main Gnome Matter What dies
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PRS | SSS
Pink and Main Large Sentiment strip dies
Pink and Main Large Sentiment strip dies
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P&M | SSS
Pink and Main Big Vertical Greetings
Pink and Main Big Vertical Greetings
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P&M | SSS
Simon Says Stamp Dark Chocolate ink
Simon Says Stamp Dark Chocolate ink
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SSS
Simon Says Stamp Schoolhouse Red ink
Simon Says Stamp Schoolhouse Red ink
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SSS

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