I looked through the internet for camouflage paper, had to make this baby camo card since his daddy loves hunting. Once I got my Stampin' Up! set and die cut framelits, I realized I didn't need special paper, it was so easy to do with the markers!!!
To create the camo effect use markers and colour the rubber stamp with each colour you colour in about a quarter of the image, starting with the lightest shade
Just before you stamp your image huff on it, your breath will re-moisten the ink
When cutting the duck out of the burlap ribbon it can rip apart quite easily so I just laid it on a piece of wax paper and run some crystal effects around the edge so that it wouldn't come apart later, next time I might try attaching the ribbon to transfer adhesive sheets then cutting with the framelits.
Date: Sunday, August 10, 2014 GMT Views: 3182
Accessories: framelit dies Baby's First, embossing folders woodgrain and perfect polkadots, 1 1/4 inch burlap ribbon, linen thread, Candy dots , inside the two tag punches, two glue burlap ribbon used Sizzix permanent adhesive sheets to hold ribbon