Make a card with the Rhino Ready bundle (Inspired by…)

by Kylie

Hi everyone, today I am sharing a card inspired by an example shared on the Stampin’ Up!® store. It features the new Rhino Ready Bundle which is one of the latest Online Exclusives.

I started by taking a panel of Basic White cardstock and stamped my first rhino (from the Rhino Ready stamp set) where I wanted the focal rhino to go. I then stamped the rest of the panel randomly. I stamped another rhino on a separate piece of the Basic White cardstock.

The single rhino was coloured with Smoky Slate and Gray Granite Stampin’ Blends. I then sprayed some Isopropyl Alcohol (which I purchased from Bunnings in Australia) onto a rag with lots of texture and dabbed this on my rhino. This helps give the rhinoceros the look of extra texture. I die-cut this piece with the coordinating Rhino Ready dies.

For my colours, I ended up using Orchid Oasis, Tahitian Tide and Parakeet Party as I wanted to use the striped paper from the Flowers and More Designer Series Paper pack. I sponged the colours on the stamped panel using Blending Brushes. I layered the striped patterned paper on the Orchid Oasis card base and then popped up my stamped panel with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I die-cut some leaves from Parakeet Party cardstock using dies from the Rhino Ready die set.

For the sentiment, which was also from the Rhino Ready stamp set, I stamped on Orchid Oasis cardstock with Versamark ink and then white heat-embossed it. I then trimmed it to size.

I spattered some Wink of Stella on the main focal panel as well as the focal rhino and then assembled the card.

Here’s the card…

This was fun to make and so simple too. You could use so many different colour combinations and colouring mediums. All the supplies used to make my card can be found in my online store.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you have a great day!

Happy Stamping, Kylie

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