Another Easel card - just can't get enough of them!! This birthday card is for my SIL.
This very sweet putty-tat is from a new clear set designed by Helz Cuppleditch called "Pepper and Friends" - made by Dovecraft. The image was coloured with Gamsol and Prismacolor pencils. I chalked in the sky and ground with my Kaisercolour chalks and added some I-Kandee pink Pearlescent chalk around the image for some colour and soft sparkle. I punched a heart and glued it to the pot then added Kindyglitz Crystalina to this heart as well as the flowers and the kitty's cheeks. The tiny hearts on the RHS of the pot are the left-over punchies (which look like tiny hearts to me) from my EK Success Arrows Border punch - these are glittered as well (of course!!). The strips of plum pink and brown cs on the card front are left-over small scraps about 1/4" wide which I have glued underneath the white cs base - it's a good way of using them up. Been saving them from when I use my border punches where you have that little strip left-over - too good to waste!! There is a strip of brown cs above the ribbon (bit hard to see in the photo), plum pink & brown cs underneath the image, and plum pink cs underneath the dots embossing. There is also a Scor-Pal line underneath the ribbon. I love this double-sided ribbon - the opposite side makes a nice contrast to the other - it was made in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was made with my Bow Easy. It is 3/8" (10mm) wide. The sentiment on this section is from my Popcorn the Bear 'Bunches of Love' set.
The top line of hearts where the bottom of the card front sits were punched several times and glued to add a bit of extra-strength and I added dimensionals (mounts) underneath so it holds the card front firmly in place.
The doily lace punched plum pink cs has a Scor-Pal line above it & the sentiment on this section is from Wendy Irving Expressions and was stamped with Chalk ink.
Feel free to PM me if you need any further information. Thanks for having a peek at my card!
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 GMT Views: 347