Cheshire Cat + T-Shirt Stamps | Tag

Hello! We have stempelfrida here on the blog today with a fantastic project featuring our Cheshire Cat + T-Shirt stamps [the t-shirt is so versatile and a ‘must have’ for your crafty stash!].

I like to colour characters and this cheshire cat has inspired me. Today I have therefore combined two favourite stamps: The shirt and the cat. … and yes! with bright colors, just the way I like it: colorful, flashy and bizarre.

cheshire cat + t-shirt stamps | tag | visible image

First I stamped the t-shirt stamp with Wilted Violet Distress Oxide ink [a light shade of purple] on black card stock. I fussy cut it, and coloured it with Polychromos pencils [you can see it in the later pictures].

I stamped the Cheshire Cat stamp head with Ink on 3 and coloured it with Copics and Polychromos. After fussy cutting, I painted the edges black, where the white paper shone through.

My background this time is a tag and not a card. The colours are acrylic paints that I applied with a brush. After drying, I drew the black borders. 

The text, which is also included in ‘The Cheshire Cat’ stamp set, I stamped with a Versafine stamp pad.

I stamped the cat’s eyes several times with Ink on 3, coloured them with Copics and Polychromos, fussy cut them and attached them to the background with 1 mm spacer pads. Likewise the teeth on the top right.

The white scratches are painted with a Sakura pen.

Cheshire Cat + T-Shirt stamps

I glued a black ring of cardstock onto the hole of the tag and then pulled through various ribbons. I then attached the cut-off text vertically to the tag.

t-shirt stamp | cheshire cat | mixed media tag | we're all mad here | visible image


Cheshire Cat + T-Shirt stamps | handmade tag | mixed media

Stamp pads:
Distress Oxides: wilted violet
Versafine onyx black
Ink on 3

Copics: 100, G20, YG01, G14, G19, BG11, BG13, BG49, RV02, RV06, RV09, RV69
Polychromos: 101, 128, 125, 133, 205, 171, 159, 257, 156, 153, 180, 252, 255, 199
Staedtler Lumocolor B
Sakura 0.5, 1.0

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cheshire cat stamp | clear | rubber | we're all mad here | wonderland | visible image

t-shirt stamp | personalise | skull | lips | daisy | clear | rubber

We adore this! The vibrant colours are so perfect for the cheshire cat stamp, and we are thrilled that his face fits so perfectly on our t-shirt stamp! Fantastic colouring of the eyes and face! Thank you for this great tutorial stempelfrida ♡


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Cheshire Cat + T-Shirt stamps

We’re All Mad Here | Stencil

Hi there! We are back with more awesome inspiration here on the blog today. Jane Tyrrell has made some incredible samples with our Wonderland stamps so we were very excited to see what she would create with our NEW ‘Mad Here’ stencil…


Today I am sharing one of the fab new stencils with such a fun name:

we're all mad here | wonderland | stencil | tea cups | rabbit

I knew I just had to team it with 2 of the fun Wonderland character stamps:

mad hatter stamp | wonderland

and the very cheeky Cheshire Cat

cheshire cat stamp | wonderland

I also used the skull jar/pot stamp from the Alice in Wonderland set

alice in wonderland | stamp

I decided to make a canvas to show them all off at their best.

I had a piece of card from my stash on which I had made a rainbow of colour using distress inks in bands across the card adding a few flicks of water for extra interest.

I applied black gesso through the stencil

which gave me this cool background.

I set it aside to dry while I stamped and coloured up my characters, tea pot and jars with zig watercolour pens. I fussy cut them out and added glossy accents to the cat’s eyes.

I then put my canvas together..

alice in wonderland canvas | mad here stencil | stamps | visible image

with a close up…

and one final shot…

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Bye for now,

Jane x

This is so much fun Jane! The black gesso looks fantastic against the rainbow colours and the characters and elements are coloured wonderfully!  Thank you ♡

You will find more of Jane’s inspiring cards and projects over on her blog.


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