post 1 of 2 for today...click HERE for the Reverse Confetti January Release Day Two.
I was smitten with the way Chari Moss colored her alpaca HERE. I tried to duplicate that look. She used coloring pencils but I masked off his face and scarf and used Tea Dye Distress ink and a mini round ink blending tool. Just enough color so that he pops off of the oval panel (p.s. having him on foam tape helps too!).
So, I'm on a mission to use up the bazillion paper collections I own. Sadly, I'm not exaggerating about the quantity. This card is a petite greeting at 3.5 x 5.0 inches.
I was thoroughly inspired by the Muse challenge:
Now how fun is Michele's card? If you didn't know, I'm a popcorn-a-holic♡
aha, do you see the inspiration:
black, white + red✔︎
black + white panel✔︎
oval focal point✔︎
clean + crisp design✔︎
Thanks to Michele for the awesome inspiration!
Super happy to be also able to link up to the Lawnscaping Challenge:
baby, it's cold outside
paper: basic grey highline
stamps: lawn fawn winter alpaca
ink: memento tuxedo, copics, tea dye distress ink
other: lawn fawn winter alpaca lawn cuts, mft stitched ovals
Thank to everyone that stopped by for the Seasons Givings Blog Hop! I really appreciate your time and sweet comments! I used random.org to draw for the winners:
#97: Michele George
#10: Angeline Choo