This was a fun card to make but then using the little clown always makes me smile
I used the slit punch to create my scallops but I sure would like to find some large scallop scissors so if you know of some let me know!
The fence is a die cut which is stamped with a weathered wood image. I then used a black marker to rub the edge only of the left side and under the rail to from a shadow effect.
The clown is colored with re inkers and artist brush, cut out and attached to the card.
All the flowers are punched out. The smaller ones are waste from a border punch and the center is a 1/8 punch; I stamped the yellow with a canvas image for texture before punching. Its fast and easy to assemble them using a straight pen with a touch of glue on the tip.
White gel pen for the doodles on the sides.
Date: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 GMT Views: 439
Registered: August 12, 2005 Location: Michigan Posts: 3834
Thu, Jun 07, 2007 @ 4:40 PM
Wow, I can't believe there aren't at least a 100 comments on this card -- it is simply adorable. The colors and your layout are A++++, and I cannot believe you cut the clown out -- it has to be a die cut. I would never be able to cut something out that perfect. Absolutely one of the best cards for this age group I have seen in a long time. Way to go Rox!
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