| ||Today's WT challenge calls for vellum. I embossed "YIPPEE" on a plain piece and embossed my back panel w/a Cuttlebug folder. I used vellum tape (LOVE that stuff) to adhere. For some reason my little orange monster (top right) looks pale--no matter how many scans I took or adjustments I made, he would not show his pretty, bright, neon orange. SHY, I guess. Hee!|
I am also submitting this to the CCEE1325 challenge, masculine cards. I made it for my Uncle, who is in the hospital. He needs cards that are light-hearted, that will make him smile and laugh! And what boy (man) doesn't like monsters?
THANKS FOR LOOKING! :)
Swiped white cardstock w/my HA neon purple, orange, yellow and green. Let dry a min. then stamped monsters. Fussy cut and added googly eyes to three. Cut, scored and stamped card base in HA neon blue w/a LKR bubbles (crazy dots) stamp. I cut a white panel and stamped it the same. Cut blue vellum panel. I cut my Quickutz tags, one black, one white, one blue vellum. Stamped the white w/dots, same as the base and panel. Embossed vellum as above. Attached panel and tag to their bases w/vellum tape. Laid out the card pieces, then adhered. Used SU dimensionals to attach the yellow, running monster, Scor-Tape on the others. Also used Scor-Tape to attach my finished tag to the vellum. Added a PTI triple-thread, natural twine bow. :)
Stamps: Technique Tuesday, LKR
Paper: Paper Studios, MPad, ? blue vellum (bought many yrs ago, I think, at Hobby Lobby)
Ink: Ranger embossing pad, Hero Arts neon inks, Versafine black
Accessories: Scotch vellum tape, black emb powder + heat gun, TH scissors for fussy cutting, Quickutz dies, Cuttlebug emb folder, PTI twine, ? googly eyes, glue dots