Wednesday 24 February 2021

Funky Fossil February Release - Introducing Feeling Sheepish

Are you ready for the next introduction to Funky Fossil's February release? It's a goodie!

Another of Donna's wonderful animal stamp sets and just possibly my favourite from this release.

I'm sharing this card first even though it was the last one I created with these stamps.  I'd been working with these stamps the day before and couldn't get them out of my head. I kept dreaming about this design all night and could hardly wait to get up in the morning and get creating!

What do you think? I don't usually do scene cards like this, but enjoyed it so much it may just become a go to style when I'm wanting a change from my usual CAS designs. 

Stamps: Funky Fossil, Feeling Sheepish
Stencils: Funky Fossil, Slimline Landscape, Brick Wall
Inks: SU, soft suede; Memento, tuxedo black; Ranger distress oxide, antique linen, fired brick, ripe persimmon, brushed corduroy, tumbled glass, pine needles
Pens: Copic, N1, N3, N5, R29, YR02, YR82, Y06, E37, G21, BG0000

My next card uses a cover plate die to ground and place the sheep. Those sheep! Their faces are so expressive!

Stamps: Funky Fossil, Feeling Sheepish
Ink: Memento, tuxedo black
Pens: Copic, G05, YR82, RV09, RV69, V05, C0, N1, N3, N5
Die: T4TD, Stripes Cover Plate
Embellishments: Gems from my stash

And I couldn't resist another slimline card, but this time in portrait orientation. I chose a bright blue background and coloured the flowers in reds for a strong contrast. I also added red gems to the flower centres and butterflies as well as scattering some extras randomly around the card.

Stamps: Funky Fossil, Feeling Sheepish
Ink: Memento, tuxedo black
Pens: Miya oil pencils; Copic, C00, B00, N1, N3, N5
Die: T4TD, Slimline Scallops Cover Plate

Just one more day of introductions left now and it's another fantastic set tomorrow - a really dreamy set that I totally fall in love with every time I use it.

Thanks for looking today. 

Stay safe and keep crafting!

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