Hello Everyone! I’m back today with another installment in the Kindred Stamps Naughty line-up, and today’s new set is an add-on to another brand new set! I’m squealing with joy to show off the new Naughty Animals stamp set, along with the new National Barnyard Animals Day stamp set as well!
First, a little about these sets. The National Barnyard Animals Day set is the very first 4″ x 6″ set in the Wacky Holiday collection! It is stuffed with so many barnyard animals, sentiments, and a couple little embellishment stamps to use in your design as well! The Naughty Animals stamp set extends the use of the National Barnyard Animals Day set, and is a 4″ x 4″ set with SO many sentiment options that can range from PG to R ratings. There is also a ribbon stamp if you feel like your recipient needs an award!
Alright, let’s get started! (Adult language ahead! Proceed with caution!)
To create this card, I colored the cow from the National Barnyard Animals Day set with Copic Markers, fussy cut it out and set it aside.
I then cut 3 rectangle panels: (1) 4″ x 5.25″ stitched rectangle die cut white cardstock using the Card Builder Basics set, (1) 4.125″ x 5.375″ piece of red cardstock, and (1) 4.25″ x 5.5″ piece of patterned paper. I took the white panel, and a square stamp block. I arranged some of the National Barnyard Animals Day animal stamps and some of the Naughty Animals Set into the square so it was filled and easy to make a pattern with. I then stamped the block multiple times onto the white paper using Versafine Clair Nocturne ink until the panel was full. I also splattered some Catherine Pooler Rockin’ Red ink onto the panel as well, and set it aside to dry.
Once dry, I adhered each of the panels to each other so they nested. I then took a strip of black cardstock and heat embossed the sentiment “let’s fuck like animals” in white embossing powder. I framed this strip with red cardstock and adhered it to the panel. I used foam tape to adhere the cow to the panel as well. I finished this card off with some red button embellishments and adhering it to an A2-sized card base!
For my 2nd Naughty Barnyard Sentiments card, I colored up the rooster from National Barnyard Animals Day with Copic Markers, fussy cut him out and set him aside. I also used the ribbon from the Naughty Animals Set, stamped it, colored it with blue Copic Markers, and stamped the sentiment “best cock” inside the ribbon. I fussy cut this out as well and set it aside.
Next, I used the stitched rectangle die cut from the Card Builder Basics set to cut out a rectangle of white blending cardstock. I then used my Distress Oxide Inks to blend a blue pattern to the background (top to bottom): Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch. I spritzed this layer with some water, and let it dry. Once dried, I placed the Schlong Stencil over it and blended a solid layer of Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink.
I did a little more paper cutting to finish off my card. I die cut an A2-sized piece of straw patterned paper, and I adhered my Schlong panel directly to it, so it had a nice frame. I then used the large stitched circle die from the Card Builder Basics set to die cut a gray circle, and then used the smaller circle to die cut a piece of patterned paper that included an interior barn scene! I adhered the 2 circles together with Kindred Stamps Liquid Adhesive, then adhered the ribbon to the left corner of the circle. I used foam tape to adhere the Rooster to the circle piece as well, and adhered the entire circle unit to my card.
I finished off my card by adhering a few Sea Level Sparkletz bits and adhering the card to an A2-sized base!
For my final Naughty Animals Set project, I wanted to feature the Horse from National Barnyard Animals Day, and the sentiment “you’re hung like a horse” from the Naughty set. I colored up the horse with Copic Markers, fussy cut them out and set them aside. I also stamped a row of fences by hand, colored them with Copic Markers, and fussy cut them out as well.
Next, using the stitched square from the Card Builder Basics set, I die cut a square of white blending cardstock. Using the Cloud Builder stencil, I blended up a sky using Peacock Feathers Distress Ink. I also cut a 2nd square of white blending cardstock and then used a grass die from my stash to cut a grassy border. I blended up the grass piece using Pine Needles and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks. I adhered down my row of fences to my sky square, and then my grassy piece on top to give it a nice layering effect.
Using the Card Builder Basics set, I used the stitched rectangle die to cut out a rectangle of farms stand inspired patterned paper. I also cut out an A2-sized panel of lime green cardstock. I adhered the patterned paper on top of the lime green cardstock for a nice frame. I then adhered my square scene piece towards the right side of the panel in landscape orientation. Taking a Banner Die Set from my stash, I cut out a banner of 2 pieces of patterned paper, and stamped my “you’re hung like a horse” sentiment from the Naughty Animals Set. Using foam tape, I adhered my horse and sentiment to my card. To finish it off, I adhered a couple sequins from the Not So Heavy Metal Sequin Tin, and adhered the panel to an A2-sized card base!
And that is my trio of Naughty Barnyard cards! I hope this kickstarts some naughty inspiration for you on how to use both the Naughty Animals Set, along with the National Barnyard Animals Day set as well!
The Kindred Stamps monthly sets will be available for purchase on Friday, March 12th at 8 AM PST, so be sure to check out this other set as well:
ALSO, be sure to check out the limited Vent Life Kit, where I will be going live in the Kindred Stamps Fan Club on Saturday, March 27th at 1 PM CST/11 AM PST to make the shown card from start to finish! I hope you join me!
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