I've used our FSJ Gel Press to create the cardstock for the llama.
I placed small amounts of Buttercream, Pineapple Smoothie, and Oatmeal Cookie Acrylic Paint on the Gel Press. Using our Brayer, I pounced the paints across the Gel Press and then smoothed them to cover all of the 8 1/2" x 11" Gel Press. I then placed a piece Buttercream Cardstock on top of the Gel Press, smoothed the cardstock into the paint, and pulled it off. Then I placed another piece of Buttercream Cardstock on top of the Gel Press, and did the same creating the second, or ghost print
When dry, I stamped the Alpaca and die-cut it. (Be careful with the llama or any stamp the has a larger open area. Even if you stamp the ink to the stamp, as I always recommend, you can still get ink in the wrong area. You can either make sure you wipe those spots each time or cut that part of the rubber out of the stamp as I do.)
Everything I used is from Fun Stampers Journey and can be purchased on my website: funstampersjourney.com/karens
BD-0282 No Prob-llama Bundle
JM-0107 Gel Press
IP-0041 Black Licorice Ink
CS-0006 Buttercream Cardstock
CS-0036 Tangerine Fusion Cardstock
CS-0088 Beach Ball Cardstock
PP-0030 Party Pop Printed Paper
AD-0002 Journey Glaze
TO-0120 Brush Silver Staples
AC-0207 Sparkle Trim
JM-0019 Buttercream Paint
JM-0023 Pineapple Smoothie Paint
JM-0022 Oatmeal Cookie Paint
I hope you're enjoying my No Prob-Llama Llama cards.
Any comment is truly appreciated! What do you think we should name him or her? Let me know for a chance to receive a Llama card.
Take care and have a great day,