I made this card for my nephew's birthday. The reason I called it 'Hi Ho Silver' is because the dp is called 'Lone Ranger' and I have had the theme song from the TVshow going thru my head.
Not much to explain - wysiwyg. I tried my hand at faux-stitching - well, I tried - not sure if I like how it turned out but thought I would post the card here anyway. Can anyone give me any tips - please?!!! I used gel pens - maybe that's where I went wrong!!
The blue cs has a leathergrain textured surface and I CB'd it with the Happy Birthday ef and then sanded it to make it look distressed like the dp - I like how that bit turned out. The stars are diecut with my Nesties and popped up on mounts. The sentiment is stamped with Umber pigment ink and embossed with clear ep and also popped up on mounts. I added a little piece of sheer blue ribbon in the brown ribbon's knot. If I hadn't been so frustrated with the faux stitching, I would have added some walnut distress ink to the card edges, but I forgot. Oh well!
Thanks for having a peek!
Date: Saturday, May 23, 2009 GMT Views: 707
Accessories: Paper piercer, white & brown gel pens, sandpaper, Star Nesties, CB + Happy Birthday ef, clear ep, brown brads by Franceville, Cs: med.blue leathergrain texture, Ribbon: brown grosgrain + sheer blue
Registered: June 29, 2005 Location: I'm actually lost... if you find me, could you let me know where I am?? Posts: 3479
Sat, May 23, 2009 @ 12:20 PM
What an awesome card!! I love the colors, the DP, the Cuttlebugged background and the star image is just perfect! I think you did a great job on the faux stitching and the ribbons, brads and distressing just make it perfect!!
Registered: June 14, 2008 Location: Canberra, Australia Posts: 6737
Tue, Jun 09, 2009 @ 9:06 PM
What a great birthday card for your nephew...love the colours!!! I really like the CB EF used like this Jocelyn...so perfect with that DP and the image - I was just looking through a Kazzazz Catty yesterday and saw that stamp - looks great on your card!!! Perfect in everyway - even the faux stitching - well done - thanks for sharing!!