Creating a layered CAS card with Evelin T Designs Best Friends Fur-Ever! Stamp Set

Hi Friends! Hope you are all having a great week. Today, I’m sharing a simple way to add layers to a Clean and Simple (CAS) card design using a newly released stamp set from Evelin T Designs.

When I saw the Best Friends Fur-Ever! stamp set from Evelin T Designs, I knew I wanted to create a fun reading inspired card for my tween daughter. My daughter has always been an avid-reader with a wild imagination that I attribute to the portable magic she *always* carries with her. And of course, the monsters in this set are absolutely ADORABLE that they had to have a home in my stamp collection.

To create the card, I stamped all of the images with Memento Tuxedo ink and then colored the images with one of my favorite color combo (Purple & Greens). Then I fussy cut the images. 

Copic Colors: Monster: BG10/11/13, Bunny: N0/1/2, R30 Folliage: BV00/04, V06, V01, YG23/25, G16/19, Jeans & Shirt: B91/93, Hair: Y31/26, E31 

For a extra depth and to create a “silhouette effect” in the background, I stamped the foliage with VersaFine Clair Ink in Monarch on my card panel. Then I layered the colored images (tucking the monster and bunny behind the foliage) using thin foam tape and Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. I stamped the sentiment with VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink and added little star embellishments for extra pop. 

So there we are friends, a layered clean and simple design using the ADORABLE stamps from Best Friends Fur-Ever!. Thanks for stopping by and Big Paper Hugs!

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