Today is the 20th of the month so that means Celebrate MFT Day!
Today's card was made using the Bunny Slippers set. This card actually took me a really LONG time because of all the flocking. I don't like to just put glue in an area and fill with flocking because sometimes it obscures the stamp lines, and often it doesn't give enough coverage.
My method of flocking goes like this: (1) cover piece of cardstock of preferred color (in this case I used white) with red liner tape sheet on one side; (2) expose adhesive and apply flocking, taking care to really rub the flocking into the adhesive and rub off all the excess; (3) stamp image onto flocked sheet and let dry; (4) cut out image.
Here are a couple close-up shots so you can see how nicely the flocking comes out this way. If you are familiar with the velveteen paper that Stampin' Up! used to sell, it's a lot like using that.
I'll admit it's a lot more work, but it's so worth it!
Other materials used: patterned paper - Nana's Nursery Baby Boy (DCWV); white cardstock (Papertrey Ink); inks - Graphite Black Brilliance (Tsukineko); Lavender Lace (Stampin' Up!); satin edged organdy ribbon (May Arts); white flock (unknown); Long Scalloped Rectangle Nestabilities.