I'm back today with this super fun scene card I made using some My Favorite Things products.
I started off by stamping the two characters from the My Favorite Things Cute Chemists stamp set using Altenew Obsidian Black Pigment Ink on a 4" x 5.25" white panel using my MISTI. I set the panel aside to dry while I created masks for the characters. Once the ink was dry, I added my masks and then used the shelf from the I Knead You stamp set from My Favorite Things to stamp behind their heads on the wall. I created another mask and then stamped the two beakers from the Cute Chemists set on the shelf. I masked them as well. I then using some low tack tape to mask the area for the floor and stamped using the wood grain floor from the My Favorite Things On Solid Ground set.
Once all of the ink was dry, in moved the low tack tape to mask off the floor and then used the English Brick Wall stencil from my favorite things and some Sweet Sugarplum ink from Stampin' Up! as well as a blending brush to create a fun brick wall background. I do all of my ink blending on my Tim Holtz glass media mat. The stencil and ink that I used are retired, but there are plenty of brick wall stencils on the market, and the color of ink just needs to match your scene. :) I next removed all of the masks and lined the brick wall stencil back up. Using very little ink and light pressure, I inked over the beakers to show the wall behind them since they are glass.
Boy's hair, floor, and clipboard: TN7, TN8, and TN9
Girl's hair: RB1, RB2, and RB3
Lab coats, shelf, paper, and metal part of clipboard: BG1, BG2, and BG4
Skin: FS7, FS8, and Altenew Y911
Boy's pants and girl's hair band: TB4, TB5, and TB7
Girl's pants and blue chemical: TB1, TB2, and TB3
Green chemicals, girl's shirt, and boy's shoes: CG1, CG2, and CG3
Purple chemicals, boy's shirt, and girl's shoes: DP1, DP3, and DP4
I accented the metal part of the clipboard and the beakers with a white gel pen.
Finally, I stamped the sentiment from the Cute Chemists set in the Obsidian Black ink and adhered the panel to a white A2 card base using Art Glitter Glue.
That's it! I hope you enjoyed this card and are inspired to try your hand at a scene card.
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