I Will Always Be Your Friend

Hi friends,

Y’all!! Unity Stamp Company has the most adorable Gnome stamps!! Just look at how cute these little guys are! They’re from the Gnome Matter What set.

I’ve already shared a couple of cards using another Gnome set – you can find them here and here. I may or may not have more Gnome sets in my collection with a couple more on the way…😉 So stayed tuned for more fun cards to come!

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To make this sweet Valentine card, I stamped the Gnomes and the hearts with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored them with Copic markers. I stamped the sentiment with red ink.

I die cut the image with a dotted scalloped rectangle (these are similar dies). I layered the image to a larger rectangle die cut from red card stock.

I attached a panel of patterned paper to a white card and then attached the stamped image using Tombow Dots Adhesive. It’s hard to see in the picture, but I added Diamond Glaze to the 3 hearts for a little glossy accent.

These guys could also be used for a birthday card or a thinking of you card. Just change up the colors and add your favorite sentiment.

Happy Stamping! ❤️

Anita

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3 Responses to I Will Always Be Your Friend

  1. Pingback: Happy Birthday Gnome | Creating Me

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