Hello friends! There are only two more days left until the February Release from My Favorite Things becomes available! For today, I have a fun new stamp set to share with you called “Fast-Track Friends.” I created a birthday card featuring one of the images from this set. I combined it with the new Fast-Track Die-namics to create a simple but fun scene.
I first stamped my image onto a piece of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock, colored it with Copic Markers, and used the coordinating die-namics to cut it out. Next, I trimmed a 4.25″ x 5.5″ piece of patterned paper from the Woodgrain Whimsy Paper Pad and adhered it to a 4.25 x 5.5″ top-folding A2 sized card base. I then cut a piece of white card stock to approximately 4.25″ x 4.5″ and then diecut one of the edges with the Stitched Scalloped Basic Edges Die-namics as well as cut a circle from the center using the Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics at the same time.
I then cut both a circular frame as well as a label from a piece of Field Day Prestige Card Stock. I heat embossed my sentiment with Fine Detail White Embossing Powder and then adhered it to my card base with 3D Foam Adhesive Tape for added dimension.
Copic Color Combos Used:
- Bear: E31, E23, E25, E29
- Glasses: B0000, B000
- Wheels: W4, W6, W8
- Blues: B21, B23, B28
- Greens: YG01, YG06, YG17, YG67
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Wishing you all a wonderful day!
Wow, this is fabulous, Rachel. I love the bright and bold colors. That green is so happy! I like that it has a more masculine feel. The card design is so fun, too. Wonderful work, my friend!
Thank you so much, Jeanne! I’m so happy that you like it! 🥰
Soooo Super Cute!!!
Thank you kindly, Maureen! ❤️
I love the layout! Great card!
Thank you so much, Renae! 🙂