Monday, May 4, 2020

Stamp Simply Stick People

Hello Friends, I'm so excited to announce that I'll be guest designing with Stamp Simply  for their new release. Today I'm featuring their BRAND NEW Stick Family and Stick Family Sentiments. Sharon purposefully left these adorable little stick people bald so each person could customize them with fun hairdos or hats to fit your family and friends.

For this first card I stamped the dog on a separate piece of paper, fussy cut him, and then popped him up beside my little girl. 

TIP: To create more realistic hairdos (especially on the ladies/girls) don't stamp the complete top of their heads but only as high as their eyebrows then use a black sharpie to finish them off with your selected hairstyle.

Supplies from Stamp Simply:
Other Supplies:
  • Star Dies (Firefly)
  • Small Scallop Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
  • Crochet Thinlits (Sizzix - Tim Holtz) 
  • Black Sharpie Marker
  • Canson Mix Media Paper
  • Real Brush Pens (Arteza)
  • Jet Black Archival Ink (Ranger)
  • Candied Apple Distress Oxide (Ranger)

Be sure to visit the Stamp Simply Blog 
to see all the specials and sales they have going on!

My second card is fairly straightforward with a little family, stamped in a line. I stamped the complete images on all three of these and drew my hair around their heads with a sharpie.

Supplies from Stamp Simply:
 Other supplies:
  • Jet Black Archival Ink (Ranger)
  • Black Sharpie Marker
  • Canson Mix Media Paper
  • Real Brush Pen (Arteza)
  • Vintage Photo Distress Oxide (Ranger)

This post linked to:
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Krafty Chicks Challenge - Anything Goes
The Paper Players - Make You Smile


Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

These are really cute! I love the cute new images and the red white and blue.

Allisa said...

Super cute cards, love the red, white and blue. Thanks for playing with us at The Paper Players!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Both sweet cards Esther - love the contrast between patriotic and vintage too. Thanks for making me smile over at The Paper Players this week!