Welcome back! I hope everyone had a great weekend!
Ours was a quite one ... our last weekend with out kids. We have one more weekend visit this coming weekend. Then the following weekend we pick up for for good! We are really excited! We thought we would do something romantic a dinner or something, but the weather is not cooperating with us.
OK so this was supposed to be posted for Monday .... but I finally figured out how to do the video. Was working on editing it ... but the video is like 18 minutes LONG!! So now that I know what I am doing ... I am working on a video today that will be less than 10 minutes. So yes I will be doing the video with a timer next to me. I hope to get "control" of the video this week so I can start doing video clips. YEAH!!
Today's project is a Thank you card for the "Let's Face it Friday" challenge over at Peachykeen Stamps Challenge Blog. I just love their stamps, yes even though they are not Disney. But the faces stamps are so much fun. And you all know I love taking a Paper Doll and give it a "Disney" look. So here is my project Recipe is below!!
The whole thank you card!
Close up of the face!!
size: 4.25 x 5.5 Very Vanilla Stampin Up
Glittered pattern paper: DCWV Linen Stack
Brown strip: 4.25 x 2 Chocolate Chip Stampin Up
then I punches BOTH sides with Fiskars Lace Apron Punch
Sentiment: stamp from Micheal's Dollar section ... it had an actual peach between the words. I just cut
the words off the stamp so I could use the words alone.
Ink: Stampin Up Classic White Craft Ink
image is Top row on lay over 2nd image from the left.
cut at 4 inches
Shadow image: Crumb Cake Stampin up
Shadow key lit.
Peach image cut twice ... Chocolate Chip and then in White
Leaf is layer image and is Wild Wasabi
I took the white peach image then cut off the stem and leaf leaving only the peach.
I wanted my peach to be fuzzy ...so I used my 5 inch Xryon Sticker maker to "glue" the front of the peach. Then I applied Peach flock to give the peach a fuzzy appearance.
Cartridge: Everyday Paper Doll
Doll cut at 3.75 inches
doll: page 28 using blackout key paper unknown
dress: page 46 with blackout key DCWV Linen Stack
hair: page 37 with headwear Key So Saffron Stampin Up
shoes: page 47 with accessories 1 key Chocolate Chip Stampin Up
White Signo gel pen used for dots
Face is stamped from PK-490 Everyday Character Face Assortment ink is Stampin Up Chocolate Chip
cartridge: Mickey Font
head on dress cut at 1.88 inches
two in the hair cut at .47 inches
Paper was DCWV Linen Stack
I used my Sticker Maker and the glittered them all in a Turquoise glitter.
I used pop dots for some dimension!
Thanks for looking