Thanks to Dawn for an awesome technique challenge. Although...why we cut two pieces (front and back), only to then connect them on top again...I have no idea. I think it would be smarter to keep the card together, then cut a window in the front. That's what I will do from now on....I just wanted to follow the rules the first time I make this card.
I think this owl from MFT is so stinking cute. The leaves were cut with Sizzix Little Leaves die out of My Mind's Eye cardstock, sponged and a bit detail added with Copic Marker YG25.
The clouds were cut with MFT's Cloud Die-namic die, sponged with Tumbled Glass Distress ink and outlined with Stardust Stickles.
Thanks so much for looking! Have a wonderful Memorial Day! Hugs and smiles
Date: Monday, May 31, 2010 GMT Views: 2533
Accessories: Scalloped Scallop and Cloud Die-namic Dies, May Arts Striped Grosgrain ribbon, Pearl (SU Pretties kit), Sizzix Little Leaves die, Basic Grey Brads, Blending Tool, Stardust Stickles, Glossy Accents (over the eyes of the owl), sewing machine, Label 1 Nestab
Registered: March 20, 2005 Location: Butler, PA Posts: 77624
Mon, May 31, 2010 @ 12:53 PM
I wondered the same thing about cutting the paper, but, like you, I followed the directions. Gonna leave it one piece next time. Now as for this adorable card! Wow, love your owl and clouds, Beate. Awesome work.
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 68043
Mon, May 31, 2010 @ 1:58 PM
Beate, this is just so cute and adorable, I love it.
I tried first with just one piece of card, scoring it in the centre and and inch each side of that, and it worked well.It just wasn't big enough to accommodate the Tim Holtz birdcage, so it's sitting on my desk waiting for some other idea. I didn't see the point in using three pieces of card when one would do either :D. I guess scoring just at one end would work equally well!