Designer Series | March 2021

Today I am showing this adorable hero card featuring the new Little Superhero Agenda stamps and Slim Comic Cover Creative Cuts. 

I started by stamping the Little Superhero Agenda bunny on some white cardstock and some masking paper. I masked off the bunny and then stamped the spaceship from Little Agenda Spaceship as if he is holding it up or pushing it. Of course I added the little bunny inside the spaceship too. 


Then I colored in the spaceship and superhero, then cut them out using a pair of scissors. If you don’t like cutting them out, you could stamp them separately and use the matching dies. 

To create a city for the spaceship to be lifted above, I used one of the wonky pieces from inside the Slim Comic Cover. On that I ink blended a whole bunch of clouds to create a sky. 

Then I colored some cardstock with my Copics, making it darker grey at the bottom and lighter at the top. I used the Cityscape die to cut out a city border to fit on the wonky piece. 

I really wanted to make a fun but simple background for my little hero, so I cut out a whole bunch of the speech bubbles from Slim Comic Cover in white cardstock. I glued all of these to my card base, including the tiny pieces inside the letters such as O, A and B. 
If you want to make a colorful background you could even cut the speech bubbles from colorful cardstock and inlay the letters. 

For my sentiment I stamped and colored one of the sentiments from Tiny Heroes, then cut it out using the small rectangle from Mega Flipper.

Finally, I glued the wonky sky and city piece to the card base, then popped up the sentiment and the superhero using some foam squares.

Supplies | Mama Elephant

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  1. This is adorable! I really like the subtle background that the speech bubble die-cuts make, and the color palette you chose for this is just perfection.

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