when kim sent me my assignments for guest deigner.. i laughed when one was "blue/orange" because i had already assigned my stamp club at colorful creations a blue/orange swap for our january meeting!
so i decided to combine the 2 and actually get some swap cards done 🙂
I stamped "moon belly" 3 times. once on the label i cut from spellbinders, once on some old school chatterbox paper, and the last time on some scrap cardstock. I colored her with copic markers. I pieced her dress from the old school chatterbox paper and the turquoise circle on her belly from the scrap cardstock (that i colored also with copic markers)
i glittered her wings with my quickie glue pen and ultrafine glitter. I then inked the edges of the label with a creamy brown chalk ink
i used some we r memory keepers pattern paper for the clouds, and edge distressed all 4 sides… yes, i'm still obsessed with my edge distresser!!
then i stamped my "tall word collage" from stampotique 5-6 times on the left over old school chatterbox papers… i cut out different words for each card, and popped them up with foam tape.
i'm really pleased with how these came out, and even made a couple extra to send to some good friends as a surprise! 🙂
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copic original markers ( W2, R20, E21, E11, E53, E37, E59, BG10, BG13, BG32),black memento ink, we r memory keepers patterned paper, spellbinders nestabilities, tonic edge distresser, bazzill cardstock, old school aka from a WICKED long time ago chatterbox pattern paper, creamy brown distress ink, versafine black ink, foam tape, stampotique stamps; 7167 tall word collage, 6039 moon belly
Sweet in every way!
Absolutely whimsical! Love it!
I NEED to add her to my collection – adorable!
Love this! Such a cute image and great design!
Great swap card, I love how she’s “walking on air”. I’m sure your class will love them!
What a cutie Jenn, love it
Fabulous card, Jenn! I love that colour combination.
Totally Cute Jenn! I love that fun paper!