Pink & Main – Blessed to be Your Friend

Hello everyone! I’m over on the Pink & Main blog today and I’m so giddy to share this fun card with you. I am loving the latest release and just had to make that cute owl from Happy Fall wiggle on an action wobbler. He was just asking for it. So here we go…

This card was a series of trial and errors so we’ll start with stamping and coloring the images from Happy Fall with my copic markers. Then I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. Then I moved on to the background. Multiple attempts at different sky configurations later, we have the third largest stitched slim line panel inked with the clouds stencil using my mini ergonomic blending brush and light blue ink. I die cut another of the same stitched slim line panels and inked one end up with green and the other with brown. Then I used a stitched hill die to cut them off and create my layered ground. I used liquid glue to adhere my layers together and then also glued down my tree and the branches.

I placed my own on an action wobbler and adhered him next, right between the branches on the tree. I used a combination of liquid glue and foam squares to adhere the rest of my images toward the bottom of the scene.

Next, I die cut the scalloped slim line die from the sympathy slim line die set from kraft cardstock. I popped this up on a white card base with foam tape and then popped my scene panel up on that with foam tape as well.

I moved on to finishing touches next. I added glossy accents to the owl’s glasses, bear’s nose, mushroom dots and acorn hat. Just a little shine to bring some interest to various parts of the design.

I didn’t want a sentiment to distract from my cute scene so I planned for it to go on the inside of this card. And since I was doing that, I colored extra images to decorate that too.

I don’t typically put anything on the inside of my cards and I’m really curious, do you?

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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