13 January 2022
Get your hands on your free 'scientist' digi stamp download as part of our 'hobbies & careers' digi stamp series...
Where would we be without scientists? Celebrate this incredible profession and add this clever character to all your cardmaking and papercrafting...
There are so many ways you could use your digi stamp – if you're not sure where to start, we've got just the tutorial below!
Hobbies & careers... scientist!
By Faye Wynn-Jones.
Colouring expert, Faye Wynn-Jones demonstrates an idea using the 'scientist' digi stamp download from our 'hobbies & careers' series and Copic marker pens.
What do I need?
- Making Cards & Papercraft digital stamp
- Computer & printer
- White card
- Copic marker pens (see guide)
- Black fine liner pen
- Black inkpad
- Stone Blue inkpad & blender brush set by Catherine Pooler
- Mini Birthday Messages clear stamp set by MFT
Skin: E000, E00 (both Ciao), E01, BV20 (both Sketch)
Eyes: C0, C1 (all Ciao)
Hair: E50 (Ciao), E30, Y32, BV20 (all Sketch)
White: C00 (Sketch), C0, C1, C3 (all Ciao)
Silver: C1, C3, C5 (all Ciao)
Blue: B93, B95, B97, B99 (all Ciao)
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How do I make it?
- Create a white 10.5cm square top folding card blank.
- Re-size the digital image to measure 8cm high and print out on white card.
- Colour the image using the Copics listed.
- Trim around the image leaving a narrow border, making sure the table section measures 10cm wide by 3.5cm high at the peak.
- Cut a piece of white card to measure 10.5cm square, colour with blue ink and a blending brush, then splatter with water.
- Stamp a sentiment with black ink in the top right of the panel, then doodle a border on this panel and also the image, lining them up.
- Attach the blue panel to the card front with double-sided tape. Add image to the bottom of the blue panel with foam pads to finish.