Gorjuss – the Hatter

Hi, everyone! Gorjuss – the Hatter crafts are the ones that I’d like to show you today.
I created a card and some bookmarks using this beautiful mini stamp and I really like the way they look. Hope you too!

The card
First of all, I started with making the background on the front cover of the card by using a big rubber stamp from the Toadstools set. Then, I stamped it again on a piece of recycled cream paper and fancy cut it so it fit the oval in the middle of the background. I stamped and then coloured in the Gorjuss girl. When dried, I added some glossy accents on the tulips, wrote the sentiment on the right side and added a blue bow on the top right corner.

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The bookmarks
The following steps were to die cut the bookmarks and then to stamp the Gorjuss girl in Black Licorice die ink. Of course, I coloured them in using my favourite Inktense pencils. If you’ re familiar with my crafts that means you know how much I enjoy colouring with them. Then again, when dried, I added details using the glossy accents on the tulips, hearts and the hatband. The final step was to add some cotton red thread at the top.

I hope you enjoyed reading about these crafts today. If you are interested in the supplies I used making them, please see the list I made below. And in case you would like to add them to your craft room it’s easy to find them. Just press on the clickable words. (Also, please note that I don’t get any revenues for sharing.)

Thank you for stopping by and have a lovely day on,
Talida

List of supplies used for these projects:

  1. Gorjuss – Collectable – rubber stamps – The Hatter
  2. Simply Gorjuss Urban Stamps – Toadstools
  3. Kraft card and paper
  4. Avery Elle – Bookmark Elle-ment die
  5. Derwent Inktense pencils
  6. Ranger Glossy Accents
  7. Kuretake waterbrushes – fine and medium
  8. My Favorite Things – die ink Black Licorice
  9. Tsukineko ink – Galaxy Gold
  10. Coats Cotton Perle 8 thread (blue, red) from “Firul Norocos’, my neighbours’ shop

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