What If You Fly? (Winnie the Pooh Card)

Hi friends,

If you’ve followed me for a minute, you know that I absolutely love Unity Stamp Company! I love them even more since they recently released a line of Winnie the Pooh stamps. I have been a huge Pooh fan for as long as I can remember, so of course I had to add the stamps to my collection. 😉

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I made this card using Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Just Knew and Winnie the Pooh: Hundred Acre Wood stamp sets. It’s so fun to combine the different stamp sets to make cards for any occasion.

I stamped the Hundred Acre Wood image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock. Then using these Blender Brushes from Taylored Expressions, I brushed on 3 different shades of green ink. I layered the stamped image to green card stock and attached it to a white card.

I stamped the Pooh and Piglet image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored it with Copic markers. I fussy cut around the image and attached it to the card using foam tape. I stamped the sentiment with the same black ink on white card stock, punched it out with an oval punch (similar to this), inked the edges with green ink using a blender brush, and attached it to the card.

I gave this card to a very special high school graduate and wrote her an encouraging note inside. I hope she will always take the chance to fly!

Anita

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