Hello, Alaine here with some more inspiration for this months Focus on the Tiny Challenge. This week we are anchoring our tiny stamps with stencils.
I cut a circle in some acetate to make a stencil. Place this on the die cut white card panel and blend some Gina K. ink in Powder Blue with a light hand into the circle. Place a wave stencil over this without removing the circle stencil and ink with the same color using heavier pressure. Cut a white piece of card stock 1/4 bigger all the way around and blend a light coat of the blue ink along the edges and then stencil the waves over this. I used the kit Tiny Turtle for the image and sentiment. Color the turtle with Copics and fussy cut him out. Layer all the stenciled pieces on a green card base and then popped up the turtle and sentiment with foam tape.
This card uses sun ray stencil to anchor the image. Stencil the rays on a die cut panel using Distress Oxide ink in Mustard Seed and then remove the stencil and blend Distress Oxide ink in Squeezed Lemonade over the white areas. Mount this on a black card base. Color the pineapple from the kit Summer Citrus, I used Copics, and fussy cut it out. Mount the sentiment and pineapple on foam tape and place over the center of the sun rays.
Focus on the Tiny Challenge
There is still plenty of time to enter the challenge. It will run until the end of February. Make any card or project using an Itty Bitty stamp or a smaller stamp from any other kit. There are so many ways to showcase these smaller stamps and Unity has so many wonderful ones to choose from. Be sure to enter your card in the challenge album on the Unity Show and Tell Facebook page.