So, for a while, I will be showing some of the projects I submitted this weekend. Can't wait to hear what you have to say about them.
For this challenge, we had to make a card with some type of window on it. It could be an actual cut out on the card or it could be a stamped window. Alternately, we could make a shadowbox card. That's what I chose to do.
This was super fun to make, and I used my Cricut to cut my card base and the circle in the middle. I also used it to cut the leaves on the front. The Cuttlebug was used to emboss the leaves. I wish that I had thought to emboss the card base, but ... with only 45 minutes, I was trying to hurry!
So, what do you think? I wanted him to look like he was peeking out of a tree. :)
|Stamps: What a Hoot (Clear Dollar Stamps)|
|Paper: close to cocoa, old olive, GP white|
|Ink: Memento black, Old Olive, Basic Brown, Copics|
|Accessories: Cricut, SCAL, Cuttlebug, pop dots, ribbon, brads, self-adhesive dots|
|Techniques: shadowbox card|
Tomorrow, we'll look at a challenge involving a new technique for me. It was fun and easy.
Don't forget that Clear Dollar Stamps released their September stamps today!!!
Hope you have a wonderful Wednesday and a great, big, beautiful tomorrow.