Go Wild

Here is another background that my daughter help me to make. I am absolutely thrilled that she wants to be in my craft room, I hope it continues for a long time. It is nice to spend time creating with her.

Before I get into the how too we created it, I just want to share a little picture with you of the card that she made all by herself that was sat waiting for me 

I will stop being soppy now and get on with the purpose of the post...

There is a video on my YouTube Channel that shows how the card was created Mrs H's Crafty Corner

Supplies Used

1 Pre cut Card Base in Pale Green meassuring 5 Inches by 6 3/4 Inch
1 Piece of White Card Measuring 6 Inch by 4 Inch
Distress Ink in Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral, Bundled Sage, Mustard Seed, Fossilized Amber, Cracked Pistachio, and Dried Marigold
Blending Tool
Plastic Plate 
Water Spray
Clearly Besotted Go Wild Stamp Set
Spectrum Noir Finesse Ink Pad in Rustic Brown
Stitched Circle Nesting Die
Spectrum Noir Tri-blend Alcohol Markers
Glue

Instructions 

Onto a flat plate, randomly blot all the coloured diatress inks


Spray with water and swirl with your finger


Lay the white card over the ink

Remove and allow to dry. Stamp the go wild stamp set, colour and fussy cut out.
Cut 6 circles using a nesting die


Glue the orange inked card to the green card base, with the fold at the top


Glue the white circles onto the card base and put an animal in each circle. 

In the final circle stamp the sentiment 'go wild & enjoy' in Fried Brick Distress Ink

I am entering this into the following challenges


Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting 

Claire xx

6 comments:

  1. Awwww that is so beautiful finding something like that just melts the heart.I love the card you made together she did brilliant on the background-watch your stash lol so nice when they are interested in getting creative
    Carol x

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    1. Thank you, I know I do worry for my distress inks. She can be a little madame at times as they all can. so I try to cherish these moments

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  2. Such a fun card. I love that you did a tutorial. Thanks for playing along with us at PIP Challenges.

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  3. I loke how you made the background and the animals are so cute

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