And I am gonna love it! This is not a cart I would have went out and purchased since I am not big on skulls but since it mysteriously appeared on my door step a few months ago I figured it was meant to be in my collection.
I have looked through the handbook several times trying to figure out what I could make and I did think of a few things but never made any *okie thinks this is a terrible pattern in her life*. I was home alone Friday night after a pretty stressful week and I decided to play and some how Rock Princess appeared on my Design Studio screen and here you see the results!
The sentiment across the bottom of the card is done with a Versamark pad and the stamp is from Stampin Up!. I added some heat set stars to help make the sentiment stand out a little more.
Mica cardstock is one of my favorites to add bling to a cut but let me tell ya it is a complete beech to try and photograph! Since I am not a professional photographer, nor do I play one on tv, the shimmering shine reflects the light and the true colors are hard to capture.
I did cut the top layer skull out twice, once with the pink and then once with black, hiding the contours of the eyes and nose. I used a Quick Glue pen to color in the eye area and then applied black Doodlebug glitter. I added a few doodle dots around the skull and at the end of the bones just because I can *okie cracks up*.
My daughter really liked this card so it likely won't stay in my card box long. I think I might need to find a new hiding place for some of my cards!!
Now that is a rockin' card - LOVE it!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I would never have put those colors together but I really like it. Thanks for inspiring!ReplyDelete
It sounds like your daughter is a Mini Me Shirley. So you better find another hiding place for your cards. Here's a tip I learned from the CIA: ZigZag so she can't easily pick up your scent. LoL.ReplyDelete
Such a cute card, and I LOVE that you have a "card box" so I guess I'm not the only one to stash cards...mine is a card drawer!ReplyDelete
Love this card!!! I am going to scrap lift it to make one for my granddaughter.ReplyDelete
this is a great card..very fun!ReplyDelete
Oh how cute! Love the colors!!! :)ReplyDelete
Cute! I can't believe you only made 1 card; I thought you would make about 4 so your daughter could take one! (As I scratch my head) You should feel proud your daughter would like to take them!ReplyDelete
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Oh my sweet Mary! how you know me all to well! I did make 4 of them.ReplyDelete
What a fun card! Like you, Okie, I would have never thought to buy this cart. Thanks for showing me the light. ;)ReplyDelete