Guest DT Jennifer: Tiny Princess

By Olga Odinets - 10:00 AM



Hello! I’m Jennifer. I’ve been crafting and creating for a long time and this will be one of two cards I share this month.



For this first card I used ’Tiny Princess’ and ‘Bells’ digital stamps. Digital stamps are extremely versatile and I had fun manipulating these stamps for use in the card I’m sharing today. I use a free paint tool called FireAlpaca to resize, arrange, and edit digital stamps.

To make this card I printed the digital stamps on Neenah Solar White 80lb card stock using a laser jet printer. I then printed it again on regular printer paper on which I had attached masking paper. This enabled me to cut masks for the digital images in order to create an ink-blended background.

To blend the background I attached the masks to the two flowers and Tiny Princess stamps before masking off all four sides of the card a 1/2” from each edge, creating the white border you see in the photo. Taking distress oxide ink in Shaded Lilac, I applied a layer of ink to the card with a foam brush. Once dry, I removed the masks and colored the Tiny Princess using copic markers.



Copics used are as follows:
Dress: Roo, R20, R22
Skin: E000, E02, E11, R20
Hair: Y11, Y21, Y26, Y28
Flower: BG0000, B21, B12, YG03, YG17


To finish the card, I stamped “You are Wonderful” onto card stock, cut it out, and adhered it with foam tape. I covered her crown in Tsukineko Pico Embellisher - which gives it a nice shine and slightly raised texture in real life.


Thank you for my joining me! For more of my work stop by my blog at Iris and Oak or my instagram!

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