August 9, 2023

A Little Crazy Hyena Card

 Hello! Today I am sharing a little crazy hyena card with you that I made.

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I created my background by using a Visible Images Time Tunnel Stencil and a blending brush with some yellow inks. Then I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps You Should Always Crazy sentiment and also the Crackerbox Stamps Psycho Hyena Critter over the stenciled background. I then stamped the Psycho Hyena Critter again on a piece of white cardstock and colored him with Copic Markers.

Then fussy cut him out and adhered him over the image I stamped on the background. I did this so the little strands of hair on his head would show after I fussy cut him out. With a light gray Copic Marker, I added some shadows around his feet for some dimension.

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