Today's card is being entered into the following challenges:
Simon Says: Something Feminine
The Library Challenge 54 - Ballet Shoes
HMFMC # 311 Anything Goes with the option of Embossing wet or dry.
This month I have been playing along with The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge. And this mouse is my Day 8 project.
To create this card I used both heat embossing and an embossing folder. I started by stamping my mouse and then heat embossed her. I did this way so it would be easier to use both the Arteza Real Brush Pens and my water brush. Once the ballerina mouse was done. I brought out my Post-It mask so that I could do the ink smooshing. (I had previously created a card with this ballerina and saved the Post-It mask from that. Below this post you will see some labels and if you click on the ballerina one, you will find that card. Also, if you click on my YouTube icon to the right of this post you will find my ink smooshing video.) Once the area with my ballerina mouse looked complete, I brought out my die cut and cut out the circle. I then brought out a cardstock sheet for use with my embossing folder. After the embossing. I ran the cardstock through my Xyron, so that I had adhesive applied in all the little nooks and crannies. Then I brought out a scrap of white and stamped the sentiment out. Following that I die cut it. And then I remembered that I still had the little heart die available. (When I created the Happy Birthday Gifts post, I used this die cut. It had both the inner heart and an outline heart. For this card, I used the outline.)
|Stamps: House Mouse Designs Twinkle Toes, The Angel Company Twinkle Toes
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy, Canson XL Watercolor
|Ink: CTMH Intense Black, Lagoon, Wisteria
|Accessories: Amy Tangerine Scarlett, Water brush, Arteza Ginger, Bubble Bath Pink, Punch Pink, QuicKutz Nesting Circles, MFT Die-namics Fishtail Flag Stax
A complete list of the supplies is under the picture. The list, contains compensated affiliate links. If you wish to create a similar card. There is no cost to you for using the links. But it does provide funds to help continue this blog.
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