Measurements: Image panel before borders - 2 ¼” x 3 5/8” mustard panel is placed 4 ¼” high and placed 1 1/8” from the top.
This image reminds me of my son many years ago but without the sling shot or we wouldn’t have had any windows! The hair is perfect – straight and very little color in the summer months.
I doublt that I needed to but I did asked permission from Alias Smith and Rowe to link their web site; type Josh into the search bar.
I used another little boy image awhile back and was messaged about ten times as to where I bought him so this will save you some time if you’re interested.
-Images are colored with Prismacolor pencils and Mona Lisa mineral spirits.
-To add the grass to around the image I just held a post close to the edge and stamped (no mask cutting). Make sure some grass comes over the shoes and add some green to the shoe rubber for a true little boy look.
-Tall grass and frog are cut out, black marker run along the edge to hide the white and define the edge.
-The image panel and frog are popped up with foam squares and circles. The grass is glued to the card; extra blades were cut and glued as needed.
-Cuttlebug die cut for the larger tab circle and Marvy ½” punch for the small.
Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 GMT Views: 3310