This little piggy abided by the rules and STAYED HOME! Your friends will get a kick out of this card and bring a smile to their face! Be sure to check out my video below to see how I created this card!
I made the sentiment “stayed home” in a cute font on my computer. You can download the PDF of the words “stayed home” HERE.
If you place an order from my online store store this month, I will send you this card as my way of saying THANK YOU!
Here’s a video on how to create this card! Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel! I’m trying to reach 1,000 subscribers! THANK YOU!
One of my downline, Jean Piersanti, hosted a cookie class! We had so much fun learning some helpful tips in decorating cookies and how to stamp on them!
It’s super simple, use your favorite cookie and icing recipe. Let the icing dry completely. Then color your stamps using an edible marker like this. They can be found HERE. Stamp the image on your cookie. It’s as simple as that!
This Little Piggy stamp set is perfect for this! I colored him in using Edible Pink Dust Powder with a brush found HERE.
Notice the cute little pizza box, which will be available in the new holiday catalog coming out Sept. 1st!
I have to admit, I’m not too much into pigs (except playing “this little piggy went to market” with my grandkids!) but this stamp set has grown to be one of my favorites! I saw Kelly Acheson’s card HERE and CASED it, changing a few things on it. Thanks for the inspiration, Kelly!
The pig is simple to make, just get your Aqua Painter out!
Use either Shimmery White cardstock (it’s thicker than Whisper White cardstock and will hold up to watercoloring better) OR use Watercolor paper.
Drop some reinker on an acrylic block and color the whole pig in Powder Pink with your Aqua Painter – let it dry completely!
Add some Flirty Flamingo (less is MORE!) – let it dry completely
Then go back with Crumb Cake for some dirt splotches – again, LESS IS MORE!
I added a few more splotches with the small grunge stamp that is in the Timeless Textures stamp set
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