Monday, April 15, 2013

Local King Rubber Stamp Panda Card

At a recent Scrapbook Expo, Lisa from the Local Rubber Stamp Company showed newly released matching dies for the stamps. I made this Panda card using her stamp set found here. Card stock used is SU Chocolate Chip, Paper Reflections Lt. Brown, Recollections Vanilla, Neenah White. Darice Bamboo Embossing Folder used on the Vanilla background with edges sponged using SU Crumb Cake. Hero Arts Chinese Newspaper Word Print Stamp is used on the Octagon shape (OMG - is this stamp really 14 years old?). The octagons are Spellbinders Large and Small Octagons.
Copic pens used for the Panda E50, E30, Marvy Brush Pens #72 Pine Green, #11 Lt Green
The Octagons are popped with foam squares:

The bottom right corner is a "Thanks" cut using SCAL, green card stock:

To make this card:
(1) 8-1/2" x 5-1/2", score on the 8-1/2" side @4-1/4"
(1) 5-1/4" x 4" Brown Card  Stock
(1) 5" x 3-3/4" Vanilla Card Stock
(1) Stamped Vanilla Octagon
(1) Chocolate Chip Octagon
(1) Stamped and die cut Panda
(1) Stamped and die cut Bamboo
Use a large ball roller tool for the Panda nose.  The die cuts the nose shape for that 3D effect
Hope you enjoyed this card.  Happy Crafting!


eunice said...

You did a fabulous job with this card, Patti! Very cool how you added dimension to panda's snout...what a great idea! Lovin' this stamp set with the cut out dies, especially for the bamboo!

Jan Castle said...

Great job Patti!!!! I'm still waiting for my dies for the stamps I bought at the Portland Convention!!!
Paper Hugs,

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Daria said...

Incredibly beautiful card! I love every single detail. Thank you for sharing all the details. If I had made this, I'd never be able to give it away.