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Teddy Travels

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Hello, welcome back to my blog. Today I am sharing a sneak peek of the new stamp designs from Rachelle Anne Miller Designs. This new digital image is called Teddy Travels. You will be able to buy this on August 12th which is the official release day!
 
You can watch the video by clicking HERE to watch at the RAM Youtube channel. A supply list can be found at the bottom of this blog post. Find your favorite Digital stamps at Rachelle Anne Miller
 
After printing this image (Teddy Travels from Rachelle Anne Miller) onto Transotype Perfect Colouring Paper, I took my copic markers and Faber-Castell Polychromes Pencils and colored it in (combination listed below). Next, I used the largest Basic Rectangles from Mama Elephant to cut an A2 sized panel out (including the image).


  • Bagage: E59, E37 / E33, E31, E41 / YR21, Y21, Y11 - 182, 283
  • Bear: E59, E37, E33 - 283 / YR21, Y21, Y11
  • Skin: E13, E11, E00, E000 (- mouth 199)
  • Hair: E55, E53, E51 - 182
  • Clothing (blue): BG49, BG23, BG11 - 276



For the sentiment, I cut out S O O N using the Charlie Alpha Die from Hello Bluebird from buttercup card stock. The rest of the sentiment, I stamped on the panel directly (sentiment is from the High-Flying Adventure stamp from MFT)I added everything together on a card base. To finish the panel, I added some glossy accents onto the SOON. I hope you like it xxx 
 

 

Supplies:
  • Rachelle Anne Miller - Teddy Travels (digital stamp)
  • Mama Elephant - Basic Rectangles
  • MFT - High-Flying Adventure 
  • Hello Bluebird - Charlie Alpha Die 
  • Transotype: Perfect Colouring Paper
  • Concord & 9th Colored Card Stock: Buttercup
  • Gina K. Designs Amalgam Ink
  • Copic Markers: see above
  • Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils: see above
  • Ranger: Glossy Accents 
  • Studio Katia: Iridescent Bubbles Tiny
  • COPIC Multiliner 3.0
  • Altenew Masking Paper
  • NUVO Deluxe Adhesive
  • Pritt Adhesive Roller

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