Hello friends! We’re down to the final day before the new release becomes available! I have one more card to share with you today featuring some of the new products in this amazing release!
I created a modified box card featuring the new Pure Innocence “Champ” and “Goal Getter” Stamp Sets. My goal was to create a trophy-style looking card by propping these images upright.
I stamped these images with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock. I used Copic Markers (my go-to medium) to color my images and then easily cut them out with their coordinating die-namics.
I created the box portion of my card using the Outside the Box Die-namics. I did end up modifying my box card by trimming down the front portion of the box to 1 3/4″ and then creating my own layers to fit. For my layers, I used a combo of Smooth White and Cornflower Card Stock. I also added a celebratory banner to the back portion of my card using the Pop-Up Banner Die-namics.
Copic Colors Used:
- Blues: B21, B24, B28
- Reds: R05, R35, R39
- Whites: 0, W00, W1, W3
- Hair: E40, E42, E43, E44
- Skin: E0000, E000, E21, E04
- Yellows: Y11, Y13, Y15, Y28
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I love that you put the little “champs” on their own platform! A lot of work I’m sure but so appropriate for the authenticity of the vignette.
Thank you so much, Lorie! ❤️ The Outside the Box Dies really helped to make the project go a lot easier! 😍
What a terrific idea, Rachel. This looks amazing. You are very clever and uber talented. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you always for your sweet words, Jeanne! 🥰
School events have been pretty strange during this past year… this is so perfect! Surely they won’t forget this personal award.. Great coloring Rachel, love it!
Thank you so much, Anne! ❤️