-The white cardstock and striped paper were taped together on the back side before the cut was made.
-For the border around the Top Note panel I cut a second piece of cardstock and cut tip to tip both ways. So you’ll actually be making three cuts, #1 line up two tips on your cutter’s edge and cut, #2 and #3 is easy because you now have a straight edge, place the tip on the cutting edge and make your cut.
Now just place under the main panel and secure, I have about a 1/8” gap between the pink layers on each tip. The border won’t be a perfect width all around.
-White snowflakes and stars are a Cuttlebug die cut named Snowflakes #2; pink portion is a Marvy punch. Its glittered paper so Diamond Glaze worked well to assemble them and Aleene’s tacky glue worked fine to attach to the card.
-The gems were attached with Diamond Glaze.
-Prismacolor pencils were used to color the image.
-Art Glitter adhesive was used to apply the glitter to the snow girl image.
-Ink distressing was done on the teal designer paper.
Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 GMT Views: 2344
Accessories: Stampin Up: top note die cut, Cuttlebug: Snowflakes #2 die cut, Marvy: snowflake punch, Diamond Glaze, Art Glitter adhesive, glitter, Aleene’s tacky glue, Prismacolor pencils, baby oil and paper stumps for blending, gems
Techniques: Prismacolor, ink distressing, die cuts, glittering
Registered: March 11, 2008 Location: Sacramento, California Posts: 39843
Tue, Dec 08, 2009 @ 10:24 PM
Rox I love this snowman of yours. This is such a cool sketch too. Love your little birdie. Wonderful fun card. TFS :0)
------------------------------ Cathy B aka: Mutnik ....or is it Nutmeg?! I get so confused!
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