Pooh and Piglet Birthday Card

Hi friends,

Have you seen the new Winnie the Pooh stamps at Unity Stamp Company?!?! They are amazing and my collection is growing – so far they have released 5 different sets. πŸ™‚ Three of the sets feature Pooh and Piglet and two feature Eeyore. One of the Eeyore sets is a sentiment set with lots of “Poohisms” that are perfect for all your cards. I’m hoping they will release Tigger soon!

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I used the Winnie the Pooh: How Do You Spell Love? set to make this sweet Pooh and Piglet Birthday card. I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored it with Copic markers. The Copic colors I used for Pooh were Y26, Y19, and Y21. The colors for Piglet are R01 and R02 with YG07 and YG05 for his little outfit.

I masked off the image and using a cloud stencil (similar to this), I added light blue ink using these great Blender Brushes from Tailored Expressions. Using the Blender Brushes with green ink, I added grass using a stencil like this one.

I die cut the image using the Scallops & Rectangles Nesting dies from Unity Stamp Company. I layered the image to blue card stock die cut using the same set and attached it to a white card.

The birthday sentiment is from the So Glad You Were Born set from Unity Stamp Company. I stamped it with blue ink on white card stock, punched it out with an oval punch, and inked the edges with blue ink using a sponge dauber. I attached the sentiment to the card using foam tape.

Pooh and Piglet are sure to brighten anyone’s birthday! πŸ™‚

Anita

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