Polka Dot Pals Louisa from Whimsy Stamps

I set out to create a non-holiday green and red card but this is what I ended up with with – a little more than just green and red! But it’s very cheery and great for a birthday card. I used Polka Dot Pals Louisa as the main focal point with a face selected from Polka Dot Pals Faces set. Since she was sitting, I needed to find something for her to sit on and that’s how the rest of this scene came about… Polka Dot Pals Nour had the milk jug and goat to add. So in searching the the rest of my Pals, I found Polka Dot Pals Brianna with the lamb.

Polka Dot Pals Louisa and the accessories were stamped in a no-lines coloring ink. This is great that I don’t have to mask any of my stamps but sometimes it’s difficult to see unless I have great lighting. Because I had a lot of accessories and a larger scene, I decided to keep the background simple and put more time into the creation of the card.
To assemble the card, I used a whole bunch of dies. Oh yea! The green Bandana decorative paper and main scene was cut using the Wonky Stitched Rectangles dies. The BIG word comes from the Big Words die set. The CELEBRATE and YOU’RE TOTALLY AMAZING sentiment came from the Simple Sentiment Strips set and Simple Sentiment Strips coordinating dies. I can tell that’s going to be a fun combination to use! Lastly, I was able to color up and add a few of the Slimline Bunting Border (I cut them in white then colored them with my markers and white gel pen).

List of Common Supplies

Whimsy Stamps:
Polka Dot Pals Louisa
Polka Dot Pals Faces
Polka Dot Pals Nour
Polka Dot Pals Brianna
Bandana Decorative Paper
Wonky Stitched Rectangles
Big Hugs Word
Simple Sentiment Strips Words
Simple Sentiment Strips Dies
Slimline Bunting Border

Copic Markers

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