Friday, June 27, 2014

Super teacher card

Why, hello there. It has been a long time since my last post. I have not been very good with card making or blogging the few items I have made before they were sent off.
I did however manage to snap a few (poor quality) pics of the card I made for my Sons grade one teacher before I sent it off with him this morning.



 When I saw this stamp set from MFT, I immediately knew I had to have it for this very occasion. I thought this little girl reminded me a lot of my sons teacher.  So I made sure to order it.  This was one of those cards where, I kind of knew the direction I wanted to go, but was a little fuzzy on the details. But I must say, once I colored her in and made the background, it all came together so easily.  And it was so much fun to make.  The little girl is mounted onto a wobbler so she jiggles.

I started by making the sun-ray stencil with my cameo. I sponged on distress inks in to create the sun rays and then used some wink of Stella to add some shimmer.  Next I colored the little girl in with copics and added more wink of Stella to make her shimmer and shine.  I attached her to the card front using a wobbler.  I used some Lil inkers cloud dies and colored them in with copics The lightning bolts were also colored with copics and covered in glossy accents.  I heat embossed the city scape with black EP, and popped it on to the front with dimensional foam tape.

 I am a little disappointed that I did not have time to take a nicer photograph, but you get the idea.  Here is a pic to show some of the shimmer.



 Here is a little video showing the wobble action:
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Thank you for stopping by. Have a great weekend.
Tasha :)

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic card Natasha! I love the super teacher image!

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  2. So so cute! Your coloring is amazing - that's one of the reasons I keep coming back to your blog. Is the stencil you cut with your cameo a file from the on-line store? Love everything about this card.

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  3. such a cute card! love the wobble!

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