Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Wild Animals MFP Stamp Shop Blog Hop - Day 3

WELCOME  
TO MFP STAMP SHOP

Wild Animals
 BLOG HOP
Lions and Tigers and Bears OH MY!!



Join us each day, March 22nd through March 25th for a roaring good time.  We'll have tutorials and Design Team inspiration.  There will be prizes for leaving comments on the Design Team member's blogs and prizes for trying our tutorials.  You will have 2 weeks to add your projects to the March 25th post for us to see.  There is no excuse not to join in the fun.  

Please Hop along with us!! You could win one of the MFP Stamp Shop Wild Animal related stamp sets.   Just comment on the following blogs (don't forget this one) each day for more chances to win!  You do not need to comment on on all the blogs each day.  The names are drawn randomly. Try one of the tutorials shown during the hop and add your photo to the Inlinkz at the bottom of the March 25 post. The winners will be announced on April 9, 2016 right here on the MFP Stamp Shop Blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. (HINT: The more you comment, the more chances you have to win. Comments on the MFP blog count twice.) The deadline for commenting and posting pictures of your projects is Friday, April 8, 2016 at 10:00 PM EST.

Tutorials
March 23-- DIY Kids Coloring Book by Sandy
March 25-- Long Easel Card by Gail
You know you have too many stamps when you have had this idea rolling around your head for about four years.  The Be Wild set was released about that long ago, but really is timeless.  I love silhouette images and this set has many.  I used 6 stamps from the set on this tiny little card.  The globe is created with several "wild animal" images.  Moving clockwise from Africa, you will see the top of the lion, the bottom of the rhinoceros, the top of the giraffe and an encore appearance of the rhino.  Not only is the a card, but it's also a rebus puzzle.  Can you figure it out?  (I will send a brand new MFP stamp set to one person who posts the correct answer.  I'll randomly select the winner from all correct answers.)

The card isn't too terribly difficult to make.  It does involve quite a bit of embossing resist.  All the animals were stamped in pear tart and then embossed over.  After that I sponged over the embossed images with the tempting turquoise.  For my elephant, I stamped the peace sentiment first and embossed over it.  Then I stamped my elephant in basic gray over the sentiment.  I embossed my elephant and sponged tempting turquoise over the whole circle.

If you haven't already started the hop, let's do it!  Here's the Design Team:  BonnieGail, KarenKrenLois MariLynnPatPamSandy ShirleyToniVickieMFP Stamp Shop.  

I hope you enjoy today's hop. Come back each day for more inspiration.  Be sure to get to work on the tutorials, show us what you made by April 8th and then check back on April 9, 2016 to see if you are a winner. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Details - Stamps: Be Wild (MFP); Paper: Smooth White, Basic Gray, MME Chalk Studio; Ink: Pear Tart, Versamark, Basic Gray, Tempting Turquoise; Accessories: clear embossing powder, heat tool, circle punch, sponge dauber, stampin' dimensionals.

11 comments:

Kren Kurts said...

Aren't you the clever girl! Making the globe out of animal images. TFS!

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Amazing job you did. Wow

ionabunny said...

Love this. Using the animals to make your globe is amazing. Had to look up rebus. Love puzzles. Will get back to you on that. Hugz

stamping sue said...

Fantastic!!! how creative to use the animals on the globe!
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

stamping sue said...

Fantastic!!! how creative to use the animals on the globe!
my guess is world peace
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

MariLynn said...

Great card. How clever to make a rebus card. I like how you used the Africa stamp on your world.

Terri Winske said...

Wow! Absolutely awesome. I would not even have thought to use the stamps to make the globe!! Very creative!

Barbara Washburn said...

Super job on this card! Very creative.

ionabunny said...

Hi, me again. I am sure the animals have some significance but the best I can come up with is Peace on Earth. Thanks for the extra fun. Hugz

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Fabulous card. TFS

Janis said...

That is genius using the animals as the continents on the globe!! Fabulous card!
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