To begin, I printed the Mummy Bunny image with my inkjet printer on Copic friendly paper and colored it with Copic Markers. I resized the digital stamp a bit before printing it in order to fit the die-cut frame I wanted to use.
Then, I die-cut a scalloped square frame out of white card stock and layered it on my colored image using foam tape for dimension.
Next, I adhered the frame on a square card base, adding a patterned paper strip in between to provide the perfect pop of interest.
Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment in white on a strip of yellow card stock and mounted it on my card front along with a bunch of sparkling clear sequins to finish its look off to perfection.
Working with digital stamps is so easy and fun! Once purchased, you receive or download the black and white digital high-res image immediately (a black line version along with a no-line – light gray – version are included in your download). Then you can manipulate, resize or flip the image before printing it out on your favorite card stock and start creating!
Check out the Rachelle Anne Miller Website for a close look at her wonderful digital stamps and more ideas using them.
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