Mama Elephant Stackable Cuties Scene Card

I’ve got a fun card to share today featuring some adorable new stamps from Mama Elephant.

Marker Geek: Mama Elephant Stackable Cuties Scene Card

Stackable Cuties Scene Card

After Stamping Bella, Mama Elephant have grown to become one of my favourite stamp companies. Their cute designs are hard to resist! I’ve actually already used the two sets shown on today’s card to make another one, which I will share soon!

Here in the UK I buy all of my Mama Elephant goodies from Dies to Die For HERE.

Marker Geek: Mama Elephant Stackable Cuties Scene Card

I used a couple of the latest releases on this card: Stackable Cuties and Wild Meadow. Both sets have matching die sets, however I didn’t order these this time and instead had to do some fussy cutting! The little speech bubble sentiment comes in the Stackable Cuties set.

I stamped the images using My Favorite Things Extreme Black hybrid ink on Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring with Copic Markers (see below for a list).

Marker Geek: Mama Elephant Stackable Cuties Scene Card

To create the background I used Distress Oxide ink and an MFT Cloud Stencil. The frame around my scene was cut from kraft card using a die from the Mama Elephant Framed Tags Madison Avenue die set. I used foam pads to pop up some of the elements, including the frame.

Copic Markers Used:

Elephant W2,W4,W6,W8 / R30
Monkey E89,E47,E27 / E51,E53,E84 Banana Y13,Y17,YR24
Wild Meadow greenery YG41,YG45,G85 / G24,BG96,BG99 / YG23,YG17,G29 / G07,YG67 / YG63
Background green YG11,BG93

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