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I have been having so much fun with these House Mouse Rubber Stamps lately.  Have you ever just gone shopping in your own craft room, finding things that you didn’t know or forgot that you had?   Well I think these House Mouse Rubber Stamps have a theme for just about anything.

My girlfriend was having a pool side birthday party so I had to keep with that theme for her handmade birthday card.

I used the House Mouse Bunny Cruise stamp.  I first stamped the image in white cardstock with Tuxedo Black Memento Dye Ink.  Then I colored the image with Copic Sketch markers.

Thinking that this card needed a little lift, I decided to cut out the image and used pop dots to make the 3-D look.  It still wasn’t what I wanted so I stamped the image again on the white card stock and just colored in the little duck and the cocktail and cut them out and made another layer using pop dots for those to images to stand out even more.  I used my clear embossing marker and some clear embossing powder on the cocktail to make it look like a shiny glass.  After layering with some different color blue cardstock, and cut the bottom with a wavy cut from my Purple Cows paper cutter, and finished the handmade birthday card off with some polka dot ribbon.

I hope you enjoy this card as much as I enjoyed making it.

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Make it a Great Day and don’t forget to leave time to Craft!

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Hope everyone is having a great week so far.  Today I needed to make a get well card and wanted a change of pace from using my Cricut Expression to using rubber stamps.  I knew that I had the cutest House Mouse stamp that would be perfect to use with Copic Sketch markers.

So I stamped the image of white card stock using Memento Rich Cocoa ink.  Colored in the image with some Copic Sketch markers.

I then cut the stamped image to 4 1/2 ” x  2 3/4″ and with my EK Success corner punch I rounded the edges.  I placed that layer onto a burgundy piece of cardstock and again rounded the edges with the corner punch.  I adhered them all together using the Ad-tech permanent bond tape runner.

I almost forget, for the ice cube.  I used a clear/blue tinted embossing marker then added clear embossing powder and using my heat gun melted the powder to give the ice cube a shiny look.

This was a fun and also quick handmade card to make and hoping that it will make our friend feel a little better knowing that we are thinking of him.

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Make it a Great Day and don’t forget to leave time to Craft!

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