And here is her fab sketch:This sketch is so versatile and fun! I love it!So I went wacky and made a busy card. This has been happening lately, but I had such a blast making this card, even if it is out of my norm! I am celebrating Mod Podge and Torendi with this card. The deer in the center is Shinzi Katoh fabric from Torendi that I used matte Mod Podge on to attach to card stock and to stiffen, and then I ran it through my Cuttlebug. I then smeared some sparkle Mod Podge on it to match the Sassafras letters. I love that sparkle Mod Podge! The buttons are chipboard that I covered with Mod Podge, layed down paper, and then added another layer of Mod Podge. It worked perfectly and gave a really cool look when sanded.How fun are these letters? I love the juxtaposition of the sparkly Sassafras Nerdy Bird letters with the woodgrain Cosmo Cricket ones. I also put down some FabRips Studio Calico fabric and used my tiny attacher to hold down my ribbon! Seriously love that thing!
This week at EbtKS, I am hosting the prize! We have "Petite Florals" up for grabs!
I can't wait to see your creations! Make sure to go to this post to find Mr. Linky and submit your card!
Card stock: Neenah Paper Environment (desert storm)
Patterned paper: Studio Calico (tea, english) - from Studio Calico Quilting Bee kitFabric: Shinzi Katoh (canvas mushroom fabric) - sold at Torendi, Studio Calico FabRips (home front)
Twine: Martha Stewart
Stickers: Sassafras (nerdy bird glitter alpha) - sold at Torendi
Chipboard: Maya Road (buttons mini chipboard), Cosmo Cricket (high noon ready set chip) - from Studio Calico Quilting Bee kit
Ribbon: Maya Road (brown pom pom trim) - from Studio Calico Baker's Dozen kit
Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities (circles)
Tools: Cuttlebug, Tiny Attacher
Mod Podge: Matte, Sparkle
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