Day 3 – 1 Sketch, 1 set, 7 ways in 7 days – Waffleflower Pawsome

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This new 7 Ways in 7 Days video series showcases 7 projects made using a single sketch and single stamp set (Waffleflower’s Pawsome), and interpreting it in different ways.  I am a bit over having a scrap folder full of bits and pieces, and so my mission in 2017 is to use up what I have before moving on to another project.  In case you missed it, here is the sketch … feel free to save or print this to use when you’re stuck for cardmaking ideas.

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Today I’m making a shaker card, but as I had enough supplies to make 2 cards, I thought I’d feature the same card without the shaker element.  If you’re the kind of person who loves to colour a bunch of stamped images in advance, and then make your cards later, this is an excellent project, as it features a single stamped & coloured image (ok, there’s a teeny, tiny stamped ‘woof’ as well) rather than a whole scene.  Don’t like working with glitter?  How about sequins, seed beads, confetti or tiny diecuts (tiny diecut bones would be adorable!) in there!  Check your stash … what do you have?

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Core Materials List

Waffleflower stamps – Pawsome
XPress It Blending Card
Dotted circle dies – 2″, 2.5″, 3″, 3.5″
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Black Glaze Pen
Acrylic block
Mini Misti stamping tool
Double sided tape – 3mm
Bone Folder
Craft Mat
Trimmer AND/OR self healing mat / craft knife / ruler

Additional Materials List for this project

Die – Hey, Hi, Hello (Waffleflower)
Pattern Paper – a leftover piece of DCWV from my stash
Cream card base
Clear acetate
Tombow Monoadhesive (liquid glue)
Gold chunky glitter (Ruby Rock It)
Orange cardstock (variety of leftovers)
Pale woodgrain patten paper (Daiso)
12mm Foam tape

Copic Markers

YR20, YR21, YR24, YR27, RV10

Here’s the video … I hope you enjoy this fun project!

I hope you will join me tomorrow for the 4th project in this 7 Ways in 7 Days video series!

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