Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Create a Critter Penguin Card

I really wanted to try out my Peachy Keen Stamps...so here is my project. I used PK-520 Winter Face Assortment. I made the scalloped card and overlays using my Gypsy along with the George and Plantin Schoolbook carts. On the red layer, I dry embossed with my Cuttlebug and then heat embossed using Star Dust embossing powder by Stampendous. I just inked the entire piece of paper and then added the embossing powder...shook off the excess and then heat set it. My daughter LOVED it so much I had to make her a piece of paper just like it. :-) I used my Stampin Up! watercolor pencils to fill in his face. I typed "Chillin'" on my computer and printed it on cardstock...then I embossed the ends with my Cuttlebug. The white layer is dry embossed and the black card is only embossed on the scalloped edges.

This card is so appropriate for me right now. With the snow lingering and the roads still not clear, I have been chillin' all week!

5 comments:

Audrey Frelx said...

He's so cute!!! Love your card!

Anna K said...

This card is way too cute!!

ScrapCrazyyyy! said...

Thanks girls!!!!

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Ladybug said...

Wowsers! This is soooo cute! Love everything about it. :-)