What Does The Fox Say when he sends a Hand Stamped Card?

That crazy, silly song What Does The Fox Say? keeps bouncing around in my head, so I used it as my inspiration for today’s hand stamped card.  I used a photo of a red fox as my coloring guide.

What Does The Fox Say inspired hand stamped card created by www.StampSomeFun.com

I first stamped the fox from the Life in the Forest stamp set onto Cajun Craze CS, then used a blender pen and sponge dauber to add shading and cut him out using my trusty Paper Snips.  Paper Snips are the perfect tool for cutting into small areas and tight corners.  I stamped him again onto Whisper White CS and cut out the white parts to glue onto my Cajun Craze fox.  For the trees, I first stamped them onto Whisper White CS and then made a reverse mask.  Then I used Garden Green ink and stamped through the mask using the large oval stamp from the Oh, Hello stamp set.  Shading was added with a blender pen.  The white panel with the trees is just 3″ wide so that the raccoon and hedgehog can peek out.  I think they’re trying to be sneaky.  The mushrooms were stamped onto Whisper White CS, colored and then cut out.  I always use Tombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive because the small tip and a very gentle squeeze allows me to add adhesive to small areas such as the fox’s legs and ears and I just scribble it over the back of the layer for a good strong hold.  Just remember to scribble thin lines of glue and don’t get too close to the edges of your layer.

Supplies used:

Stamps: WM 133848 , CM 133851 Life in the Forest, WM  131931, CM 130733 Oh, Hello

Ink: 126980 Basic Black, 126965 Cajun Craze, 126973 Garden Green, 126978 Soft Suede, 126974 Early Espresso, 126948 Melon Mambo, 126945 Pumpkin Pie

Card Stock (CS): 119684 Cajun Craze, 102584 Garden Green, 100730 Whisper White

Accessories: 102892 Sponge Daubers, 102845 Blender Pen,  110755 Tombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive,  103597 Paper Snips

What sorts of cards have you been inspired to create after hearing What Does The Fox Say?

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