Maymay Made It – Missing You Card with ‘Maymay’s Two Lips’

Hey friends!

It’s time for another card and video tutorial for Maymay Made It! I’m excited to share my latest project with you today. This one features ‘Maymay’s Two Lips.’ You can check out the video below or HERE on YouTube:

To get started, I stamped out my background using two of the lip or mouth images from the stamp set. I stamped these on white card stock in Raven Detail Ink from Brutus Monroe. You guys know how much I love stamping out my own backgrounds!

Next, I grabbed some black card stock and my Mini MISTI. I treated my card stock with the Anti-Static Powder Tool and used Embossing Ink to stamp out the speech bubble and the sentiment ‘sure am missing you.’ I heat set the Alabaster Embossing Powder and adhered the panel to my stamped background. I trimmed off the excess up top, so it looks like I have one card panel.

I decided to go ahead and color all of the lips with Copic markers. To give them a little interest, I coated them all with a healthy dose of Wink of Stella as well. Nothing like a good shimmery lip gloss, am I right?

I went back in with my Embossing Ink to add the sentiment ‘you heard it from my two lips’ in the same Alabaster Embossing Powder. I added in some gel pen accents around the edges of my black panel and added a sheer red bow with polka dots at the top.

To finish off the card, I popped it up on white foam tape from Brutus Monroe. I hope you love today’s project! Let me know in the comments – what’s your favorite way to use smaller stamps in your projects?

Hugs and love,

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