Wednesday, March 29, 2017

“ Relax it’s your special day “

This card is for some that need reminding to'm not one of them...Ha Ha!

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Paper: aquarelle paper 170gm, Pearl finished creamy yellow cardstock.
Double-sided foam tape, Double sided tape, Archival ink jet black, Stickles stardust, 
Coloring: Spectrum Noir Color Pencils: Leaves: 047, 102, Palm tree: 058, 047, 110, Hammock: 026, Monkey: 100, 008, 026, 101, 098, Flowers: 009, Coconut: 111, 110, Winsor &Newton Oil Color solvent, Blending stumps

This tent fold card measures five and three quarters of an inch x five and three quarters of an inch. (14.5 cm x 14.5 cm ) when finished. Taking the card stock make the card base. Cut for the card front from the same cardstock four and a half x four and a half of an inch (11.4 cm x 11.4 cm ) Cut from the design paper in the paper collection, for the card base five and a half x five and a half of an inch. (14 cm x 14 cm ), for the card front four and a quarter x four and a quarter of an inch. (10.8 cm x 10.8 cm ) Adhere the design paper matting to the card base with double sided tape. Adhere the card front to the card base wit 3d foam tape or squares. Stamp the images, color the die cut. Die cut 4 extra layers for each image; adhere together in layers to form chipboards. Arrange and adhere to the card front. Find the sentiment in the paper collection and adhere to the base of the palm tree and under the monkeys tail with 3d foam tape or squares. Apply crystal lacquer to the coconuts and stickles to the flowers.

Here you see the stickles and crystal lacquer use to enhance the images.

Below a side view so you can see all the layering

Thanks for stopping by to visit my place,
till next week....have a scrappy time.
Inky hugs and sussipoppins kisses

POST NOTE: All my craft gear is back from storage and now my room is finished...
(a long haul, we started last year -round August, the builders started 1st October with promises of finishing 24th Dec.  we still have a few things need finishing like stair banisters painting etc before carpeting the stairs.)
My work is not yet done.....a woman's work is never done! I have been sorting and relocating all my toys....this has been frustrating as I get side tracked then all I want to do is play....amazing what one collects over the years!....but it was a much needed task and it is starting to give the pay off now. Truly, I do need it thats the story I'm sticking to anyway.
It's been a long haul...falling down stairs, spraining ankles and DH sawing into tops of fingers....
(thats why the stairs are not finished...I need to jump in there and start sanding and doing the prep...not really my thing)...yes it has been well worth the venture. I have a wall of windows, so lots of natural light the whole day, for the night true daylight lights and once all the clutter has it's place...lots and lots of working space....long live Ikea! I have to find the time to get those photos done so I can post them for that will be a enough time in the day!
Will be hanging curtains today.