Sometimes a design deserves to be repeated! Such is the case with these adorable little chameleons from Pink Ink! One of the cards is for a friend of mine, the other I just decided to make for fun!
Crisp Dye Inks by Altenew
HAPPY Sentiment by Altenew
Circle Sentiments by Altenew
One in a Chameleon Sentiment by Lawn Fawn
Chameleon Stamps by Pink Ink
Enamel dots by Altenew
Heart Stamps by Simon Says Stamp
Ombré inked tiny chameleons on A2 card base with hearts! They are super cute & fun to make in a variety of colors – be sure to pick colors that will blend well where they “meet.” You don’t want to make “mud!”
And how about some inspiration? I have my very own beautiful chameleons!
I recently got a stamp set from Simon Says Stamp “Be Kind” it features 3 leaf outlines & some sentiments. I love outline stamps because it saves me the drawing process and I can get right to the coloring process – plus if I mess it up…I can start again easily! Though I do love drawing I don’t always have the time. (I’ve included a picture of the stamp set at the end of this post for anyone who is interested!)
I stamped it using Frayed Burlap Distressed ink. I then painted it using the Lukas Watercolor pan set + extras (like the Lukas gold which I love!)
I cut the painted stamp out with the Brother Scan & Cut, and I also cut a second one in dark green only slightly larger (.08) to adhere behind the original.
I fiddled. A lot. I chose an A2 kraft brown card base. I kept changing the background and adding more ink, finally deciding to emboss with gold in random areas for a “distressed” look. I almost tossed it and started over, but I hate wasting paper!
The end result looks a bit like gold wooden planks. It wasn’t my intention but that’s what I think it looks like!
The inside has a white insert, left blank.
Love the stamp set, will definitely be using it again! It can be colored so many different ways. See below for the exact set!
That’s it for now! I have a few other cards to post soon!