11 November 2021
Download your free ringmaster digi stamp as part of our 'circus' digi stamp series – ready for use in your cardmaking and papercrafting projects!
Where would a circus be without a ringmaster?! Introducing our ringmaster digi stamp, another addition to our fun 'circus' digi stamp series! Why not add this fabulous character to your next crafting project? Digi stamps are so easy to use – print as they are or resize as needed!
If you're thinking 'okay, so now I have my ringmaster digi stamp but what do I do with it?!' – fear not... Below is a tutorial showing you one of the many ways you could use it to create a spectacular card.
The circus... ringmaster!
By Faye Wynn-Jones.
Colouring expert, Faye Wynn-Jones demonstrates an idea using the ringmaster digi stamp download from our 'circus' series and Copic marker pens.
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What do I need?
- Making Cards & Papercraft digi stamp
- Computer & printer
- White card
- Selection of Copic marker pens (see guide)
- Black inkpad
- Be Mine inkpad & Blender brush set by Catherine Pooler
- Masking Stencils – Rectangles by Taylored Expressions
- Simply Said stamp set by The Stamp Market
Skin: YR20, E21, E11, BV23 (all ciao)
Eyes/white: C0, C1, C3 (all ciao)
Black: C3, C5, C7 (all ciao)
Pink: RV63, RV55, RV17 (all sketch)
How do I make it?
- Create a 14.5x12cm to folding white card blank.
- Re-size the digital image to measure 9cm high and print out on white card. Colour the image using the Copics listed, then trim, leaving a narrow border all round.
- Using the largest rectangle stencil, blend pink ink over the card front.
- Stamp the sentiment using black ink on the right of the card front.
- Attach the image to the left of the card front with foam pads.
Psst! And if you head over to the card making blog you'll find even more!