One of my favorite things about Unity Stamps is that there is always a stamp that that tells the "real" story...not just your basic sentiments (although they have those too). Crappy Day is one stamp set that always puts a smile on my face...it's perfect for those days...you know you've had one, we all have, right?
I wanted to make a cheery card for a friend who had one of those days...so what better than this awesome stamp and some Echo Park paper (is it me, or are all the colors in their paper lines just happy?).
This card has lots of layers...but I'm still working on my camera skills, so I don't think these pictures really show off the dimension this the card...it's pretty fun in person...really, I promise.
I finished it off by adding a little shading and color to the images with my Copics and added a few enamel dots and a heart. I sure hope this cheers up my friend :)
I'm glad that you stopped by to visit me on day 4 of my Growing in Unity week! Don't forget to leave a comment and come back tomorrow for my last project.
Have a great Thursday!
- Papers: Cardstock - colonial White (CTMH); Patterned Paper - Splash (Echo Park Paper)
- Stamps: Crappy Day (Unity Stamp Co.)
- Copic Markers: R08, R02, RV10, Y17, yG01, BG10, YR04, E43, W1 and W3
- Embellishments/Tools: Enamel Dots and heart (Freckled Fawn); Circle Die (Spellbinders)