My card base is More Mustard stamped with the Sanded background stamp in More Mustard ink. I layered some Drive in the Country dp (I sponge the edges with Close to Cocoa ink) onto Close to Cocoa cs and stamped (and clear embossed) the sentiment with Close to Cocoa Craft ink.
For my main panel, I stamped the lion three times onto Whisper White cs--twice with Close to Cocoa ink and once with More Mustard ink. I cut out the More Mustard mane and one of the Close to Cocoa faces and layered these two. It was adhered to the other Close to Cocoa lion with a Dimensional. I masked in some grass with Always Artichoke and colored it with my blender pen and Old Olive ink. He's layered onto More Mustard and Close to Cocoa cs. I wrapped some to Close to Cocoa grosgrain ribbon around the card and finally adhered my lion panel.
I think this'd make a cute Valentine, even though it isn't done in the traditional Valentine colors. What do you think?
TFL - Regina
Date: Thursday, January 31, 2008 GMT Views: 1193
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Thu, Jan 31, 2008 @ 12:00 PM
Wonderful - love how the image is so crisp and clean and the Sanded background has that 'wild' look. TFS
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