My Favorite Things – Hanging With My Gnomies

Cuteness overload! These Birdie Brown sets from My Favorite Things are so flipping adorable!! Today’s project features the MFT Hanging With My Gnomies stamp set. I used the sweet stamps from this set to make a ‘New Home’ card.

While I cannot say this is exactly a one-layer card, it’s pretty close. I knew I wanted to do masking and a scene. To begin, I chose the stamps I was going to use and stamped them onto masking paper. After cutting the masks, I stamped onto a panel of Neenah Solar White 80# cardstock and lightly colored with Copic Marker. I also applied the masks and used the MFT Radiating Rays stencil along with Distress Ink in Squeezed Lemonade, Abandoned Coral, and Fossilized Amber for the background.

After coloring with markers, I used Poloychromos pencils to add depth to the card.

Copic Markers/Polychromos Pencils

  • Roof: R39, R37, R08, R24, R22, R02/ 245, 219, 199
  • House: E44, E43, E41, E40/ 176, 177
  • Door: E37, E34, E31, E30/ 283, 177
  • Girl Clothes: BG15, BG13, BG11/ 149, 153, 156, 199
  • Boy Clothes: B26. B24, B21/ 157, 151, 140, 199
  • Grass: YG67, YG25, YG11/ 165, 168, 173
  • Path: E34, E31, E30/ 177
  • Flowers: YR009, YR16, Y28, Y15, R24, R22, YG25
  • Stones: C3, C1, 0/ 233, 199
  • Mushrooms: E34, E31, E40
  • Flower Pot: E02/ 190
  • Skin: E13, E11, E00

After coloring, I trimmed the panel a quarter of an inch off horizontally and vertically and adhered to a white card base.

On a scrap of black cardstock I white heat embossed a sentiment from the Hanging With My Gnomies stamp set and used thin foam circles to adhere it to the card.

Using the MFT Cute Cloud Outlines die, I cut out a few clouds from white cardstock and inked the edges using Tumbled Glass Distress ink. I adhered them onto the card and then finished up by adding accents with a white gel pen and a black multiliner.

That’s it for today’s project. Thanks for stopping by.

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