July 2021 Blog Hop

It’s time for blog hop again! I always look forward to see what the others in the team has created. This month we are given a sketch challenge. 

I’ve decided to use products from In the Wild Suite for this challenge.  This is not the usual type of stamp set that I’d buy but my wish is to have as many different types of animals as I can in my stamp set collection.

I’ve used the Animal Print embossing folder for the background.  After embossing, I swiped my Smoky Slate inkpad over the raised animal prints to give more depth.  The tiger was die cut from In the Wild DSP.  The image of the tiger on the DSP is actually a mirror image of the tiger die from the Big Cats Dies.  I cut up the section of the DSP where the tiger is.  Then I flipped it over and held it against the light so I could still see the image of the tiger from the back of the DSP.  Still holding the paper against the light, I placed the die on the back of the tiger and secured it with washi tape.  Then I ran it through the embossing machine and voila, you have tiger cut out!

I hope you like my card.  We have so many creative crafters in this group, I hope you’d be able to get more inspirations from this talented team.  Hop on to the next blog to see what Elizabeth Yager has come up with!

  1. Nikki Stalker
  2. Olivia Liew (you are here)
  3. Elizabeth Yager
  4. Melissa Gifford
  5. Kylie Page
  6. Marelle Taylor
  7. Meghan Wheller
  8. Sharon Wilson

10 thoughts on “July 2021 Blog Hop

  1. I’m the same, Olivia! I love how we all interpret the different challenges. It’s always so inspiring! Your card is fabulous! I keep talking myself out of this suite but your card made me put it back on the ‘to get’ list.

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