is my first play with the This Little Piggy Stamp Set.
The idea of using
our Smokey Slate Gingham Ribbon as a skirt, is from the Thailand swap I
received from Laetitia Boidevaix.
If you saw my video of swaps you may
remember the pink pig in the little Acetate Gift Box, wearing the ribbon
Archival Basic Black Ink I stamped the pig and flower onto a piece of
Whisper White CS, and again on some Pink Pirouette CS.
On the white
image, I used my Pear Pizzazz Marker Pen for the leaf, as well as the stalks of
Then I went over the pebbles with the Soft Suede Marker Pen, and I used the Pink Pirouette Marker Pen for the flower, going over each
petal two or three times to make sure the flower was an intense pink.
As we don’t sell this any more, when my pen runs out, I’ll use the
Crushed Curry Marker Pen, and then go over it with the Clear Wink of
Stella Glitter Pen, which we do still sell!
the pink pig image, I used the Pink Pirouette pen to paint the hooves,
the snout and the shadow line just inside her right ear!
Then I did a short running
stitch along the length of the ribbon.
As it turned out the skirt was too big, but I was able to adjust
this by adhering it down using Glue Dots!
I stamped six daisies from the Daisy Delight Stamp Set using Smokey Slate Ink onto Pink Piroutte CS, and then I fussy cut them!
started to put my card together starting with a base of Smokey Slate
Cardstock (CS), with a layer of Pink Pirouette CS, and a top layer of
Whisper White CS.
I used the Pinewood Planks Dynamic Embossing Folder
for the top layer, and have to say the result is amazingly visible, very
I die cut the pig image using the largest Stitched Shape Oval
Framelit Die and layered it onto a scalloped Layering Ovals Framelits
die in Smokey Slate CS.
Inside the card I adhered a layer
of Pink Pirouette CS, as well as a top layer of Whisper White CS.
touch was to adhere the sixth fussy cut flower in the bottom right hand
This is certainly a fun stamp set! This is it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.