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To Someone Sweet with Mama Elephant stamps by Beata

Hi friends! Beata June here and I'm back to share this card full of sweet treats I made using Mama Elephant stamps!

This is so me right now wanting to eat all the sweets! 😆

This card features the Mama Elephant Milkshake stamp set (coordinating die available here), Boba Tea stamp set (coordinating die available here), and the Donut Treats stamp set (coordinating die available here).

To start off, I stamped off all of the sweet treats and cute critters from the Milkshake, Boba Tea and Donut Treats stamp sets on white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink using my Mini Misti stamping tool.  Then I colored my stamped images with Copic markers.

I colored more images than I could fit on my card because all of the images from these stamp sets are so darn cute I wanted to color them all! 💛

Next, I cut out a stitched background frame from white cardstock using a Mama Elephant die, picked the colored images I wanted to use for my card, and added some blue bubbles for my sweet drinks.

I wanted to have a blue, pink, and green blended background for each panel behind my stitched background frame to match the colors of my treats and critters, so I blended Tumbled Glass, Broken ChinaSpun Sugar, and Peacock Feathers distress oxide ink onto a piece of white cardstock using my Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brushes.  I splattered the blended background with water, and white, pink, green, and blue colored paint and adhered the stitched frame on top of my blended background with double sided tape.  Then I glued my stamped images I previously colored onto my card using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.  After all my images were glued on, I mounted the card panel onto a splattered blue card base.  For my last step, I added white highlights to my colored images using a Sakura white glaze jelly roll pen.

Here's my finished card to send to a sweet friend:
These Mama Elephant stamp sets are super fun to color! Coloring all these goodies has me in the mood for some dessert so I'm off to bake myself some sweet treats! 💖💖  

Thanks for reading along, and I'll be back again soon to share another fun crafty project with you!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚


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