Hey everyone! Angela back, with a fun card featuring Gnoel, one of the July digital stamps. I printed the version that has both the gnome but also the sentiment and cut down to a rectangle. Next I printed the gnome with the ornament and cut with my scan n cut.
Once cut colored with copics-
Skin- E00, E11, E21, R20
Hair and Mustache: W1, W3, W5
Hat: RV29, RV69, R35, R37, N1, N3, N5
Ornament: G05, G17, G28, YG09
Shoes: T1, T3, T5
Next I cut a pieces of cardstock down for a slimline card. I inked with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. Next I cut pattern papers from the Simple Stories Simple Vintage Christmas to make my various layers. I inked all papers with the same walnut stain ink.
I used foam tape to pop the Gnome up on the card and add some dimension. I then added some enamel dots to the corners to add the finishing touches to the card.
I hope you enjoyed my card- and don’t forget the sale going on- 60% off stamps, dies, stencils and embellishments.
It’s Day #5 of Sneaky Peek Week. Just a couple more sleeps before we finish Sneaky Peek Week. I hope that you’ve been enjoying all the hops, so far.
Slimline cards are big, big, big! If you haven’t gotten in on the craze, cards are designed to fit in a long envelope. Generally, the size is 3.5” x 8.5”, but there are several long sized envelopes out there that you can make your cards to.
So, when Cat Packer Wendy McGaffey asked me to design a couple of Slimline dies, I was all over it. The first set, I call Slimline Basics. It’s 4 separate dies, two of which have stitching.
Here’s the second set of Dies in our September Collection, Slimline Suburbs. This set consists of three dies. The houses and fence have embossed stitching and the third die, I like to call a road. It cuts a solid line and stitching.
I don’t know what it is about this card from Wendy McGaffey, but I instantly thought of Anne of Green Gables when I saw it. You know, the scene when Anne gets off the train and is just waiting and waiting for Matthew to pick her up? There’s something so powerful about this scene, with the one saying from our NEW Follow Your Arrow stamp Set and the single red heart.
But, we’re not done yet. There is more. Head on over and comment on each of the following blogs and tell them. You could win a $10 gift voucher. We’ll pick a winner each day this week from the comments on the blogs and post the winners here and on our Facebook page.