Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Who's thinking about you! - Larissa


Goodmorning, today I am posting a new card on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I made a valentines card and that is why I used a lot of hearts and pink (but you probably already saw that ;) ).


I have used one of the cute owls from the set Owl rather be with you from Gerda Steiner designs on my card. After I stamped the owl, I coloured the image with my Polychromos pencils and the black glaze pen. With a white gelpen I have added a couple of dots on the cheek of the owl. Then I have fussy cut the image.
With the Square CDECD0022 Cutting dies from Card deco essentials I have die-cut a square from white cardstock. I added faux stitching with a black pen. From a couple of sheets from the Classic gingham, Striped silly and Polka dot parade paperpack from Sunny studio I have die-cut a couple of little hearts with the Heart CDECD0024 Cutting dies from Card deco essentials. I have stitched the hearts with embroidery thread on the white sqaure and then I glued the square with foamtape on a white card. I have die-cut a bigger heart with the Heart CDECD0024 Cutting dies from Card deco essentials from white cardstock. I added more faux stitching on the heart and then I glued the heart with foamtape on my card. I glued the image on the heart. The sentiment is also from the stampset Owl rather be with you from Gerda Steiner designs.


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STAMP: Owl rather be with you from Gerda Steiner designs
COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils
PAPER: White cs, Classic gingham, Striped silly and Polka dot parade paperpack from Sunny studio
INK: Versafine onyx black
DIES: Square CDECD0022 and Heart CDECD0024 Cutting dies from Card deco essentials
ACCESSORIES: Black glaze pen, white gelpen, White embroidery thread, Black pen

1 comment:

  1. Adorable card, very sweet and cute! Love the details of real and faux stitching!!

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