I don't have a lamb stamp from CTMH, so I used an inexpensive wood-mount from Michaels. Fortunately, stamping blind (without the aid of see-through acrylic block and stamp) didn't matter--since I planned to cut the image out for the card.
The decision was in which way to use the Liquid Applique.
A. Follow the directions and get a nice even puff when heated with the heat tool.
B. Ditch the directions and heat it with the heat tool right after applying a layer.
I picked the one on the left (B). I ditched the directions and the results created more of a woolly effect.
If you look super closely, you might see I added a little Prisma Glitter to the wool.
The lamb was mounted on "grass"--which was made by simply doing a messy accordian fold to a length of scrap paper and inking it with Topiary green with a sponge dauber.
The patterned paper came from a Recollections paper pack. It was the first paper pack I had purchased that wasn't CTMH in over two years. However, this time I did buy one because I knew every single sheet would coordinate with inks and cardstock from Close To My Heart.
The sentiment I've had for so long that I have no idea where I got it. And the stitching was evenly spaced using one of my favorite CTMH tools, their ruler. :-)
Here's another card I made a few weeks later using the same sheep stamp but different CTMH paper.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look.