Hello everyone! I’m over on the Pink & Main blog today playing with different layers and a funny chicken that I can very much relate to. Lol!
When I started this card, I had two things in mind – that chicken and sentiment plus the stenciling for my background. So I started by stamping and coloring the image, using the coordinating die to cut it out and then inked up a scrap of streetlight cardstock with yellow and brown inks. This combo gave me a hay bail vibe so I went with it. After trimming the yellow panel down a few different sizes, I pulled out the Mod Stitched Rectangle dies and cut it out with that for a fun, different shape.
For added layers, I cut another mod rectangle two sizes bigger using a piece of patterned paper from the Pumpkin Season paper pad. Using a different pattern from the same paper pad to cut one of the Square Frames too. Now we can assemble all our pieces.
I adhered the largest mod rectangle with EZ Squeeze liquid glue to a white card base, then popped the stenciled panel up with foam tape. The square frame is glued directly to that and my chicken is popped up with foam as well.
For finishing touches I added a scattering of glitter enamel dots that coordinate with the color paper they are stuck to. Then I added Touch of Gloss to the bunny slippers and chicken’s glasses.
Products used today:
Mod Stitched Rectangle dies
Square Frame dies
Chicken In stamps and dies
Pumpkin Season paper pad
Touch of Gloss
EZ Squeeze liquid glue
Ergonomic blending brush
Floral Hearts glitter enamel dots
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!