Heffy Doodle | Building a Scene Card

Hey friends!

Today I’m popping in to share a card I created with a few of my new new (to me) Heffy Doodle stamp sets. I used Prehistoric Pals and Geology Rocks to make a fun scene.

I started off by stamping out the little stone house and cave man from Prehistoric Pals. Then, I cut out masks for these two stamped images and layered them on top. I did the same thing for the volcano from Geology Rocks and created several masks so that I could create a mountain range of sorts with the volcanoes.

After all my stamping and masking was done, I pulled out my Distress Oxide Inks. I used Fossilized Amber, Rusty Hinge, Seedless Preserves, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot for the sky. Then, I also used Antique Linen, Gathered Twigs, and Walnut Stain for the ground. I spritzed a little water into my hand from the Distress Sprayer and flicked it on to the sky to create that oxidized look and then splattered on Picket Fence Distress Spray Stain and some diluted white gesso to give the ‘starry sky’ effect.

I stamped on the steam or smoke coming from one of the volcanoes and then got to coloring my images. I used my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers to add dimension to my stamped images and I love how it turned out!

To finish off the card, I used my Mini MISTI to stamp out sentiments from each stamp set in Embossing Ink. I used Ranger White Embossing Powder and melted it with my heat tool. I mounted the card panel onto a white A2 sized card base and that completed my card!

Hugs and love,

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