Happy Tuesday, Everyone! Glad to see you all made it through Monday. My card today is very simple and much less labor intensive as my previous card. Guess I'd better start going CAS (clean and simple) or smaller in size as we're getting closer to Christmas hehehe!
My card base is 5.5" square and all CS is Bazzill. The DP here is from Basic Grey, Eskimo Kisses. I tell you, I love every design they came out with in this series. I decided to make a "pastel" card today after Sunday's glaring one.
This time, I stamped Tilda only three times, once for the base, then on a CTMH gingham check DP and cut out each "layer" of her dress separately so her "lace" would still be white, and the third on some pink faux suede for her dress band and Santa's cap, to which I also applied liquid applique and sprinkled some glitter on, then waited a while and heat embossed it. I then added a tiny snowflake on the tip of her cap.
Sometimes I think I do this so I don't have to think about which Copic colors to use that will match my papers! LOL! Cutting for me is more fun than coloring most of the times! LOL!
I had some leftover pink leaves from a favor box I made a while ago, topped it with some punched out MS branches that I added Stickles to, added a double-loop ribbon made with my "Bow Easy" and finally added a pink paper rose on top. Lastly, I punched out two snowflakes with my MS snowflake punch from some Doodlebug glitter paper, and also added little white snowflakes from "Dress It Up" buttons. I popped Tilda on foam tape. That's it!
Oh oh...the house directly behind Tilda's cap makes it look as though she has something weird on her cap! I should have moved her over a little bit more! Oh well, it's too late now.
Thank you for stopping by today, and tomorrow is hump day so we're getting close to the weekend! Keep warm and remember, people in Hawaii envy those of you who get to play in the snow (well, most of us!) while we play in sunshine! I mean, we miss the change in seasons! Happy crafting.