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Friday, 24 April 2009

Pink and Green Strawberry Miss-Chief

Here is my entry to the current Truly Scrumptious blog challenge. This is challenge #5, and follows a sketch.

I decided to make a card for my cousin's little girl (actually I made two, one for my friend's little girl as well!)

I began by stamping the 'Miss-Chief' image from the Studio G Smirk range onto the reverse of a piece of white hammer card using Versafine Onyx Black archival pigment ink. It was then coloured using Sakura Stardust pens and Whispers Brushstroke markers. The edges of the panel were sponged using Whispers Grand Cranberry permanent dye ink.

Now I have a confession to make. About 3 and a half years ago, I saw a product spotlighted in a cardmaking magazine and thought 'Ooh, those look good!'. An internet search ensued and I found the products on ebay as part of a bumper kit. They were in the US, but I worked out how much they would cost if I bought the whole lot in the UK, and put in my maximum bid. Needless to say, I won the auction and a bumper ppack of monogram and alphabet rub-ons were winging their way across the Atlantic. Now, three and a half years later, I have actually used one of them (or two if you remember I made two cards to this design!!)

So, using one of my now quite old rub-ons from the Me And My Big Ideas Chester pack, I added an initial to the right hand side of the 'Miss-Chief' panel.

This panel was matted onto a piece of pink card from the DCWV Brights card mat stack. A selection of patterned papers from the DCWV Nana's Nursery Baby Girl mat stack and the card mat stack were then layered up according to the sketch from the blog challenge. These were in turn matted onto a piece of green paper and then onto a Craft Tonic square white card.



A wonderful card Kathleen Dianne xx

Sharon said...

This is lovely Kathleen, I just love the stawberry paper! Thanks for joining in our TS challenge.

Dawn said...

Love this gorgeous yummy strawberry paper and such a cute stamp

Thanks for joining us this week


Saskia said...

Lovely 'Smirk'-card!!!! So cute!


Mina said...

this is such a cute kids smirk card and I love those gorgeous papers...thanks for joining us at TS xxx

Beth said...

This is so sweet! I love the Smirk stamp ~ they're perfect for kids cards! Thanks for joining in with the Truly Scrumptious challenge!
Beth xx

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