Smile!

March 14, 2017 0 Comments

Hi Dare 2B Artzy friends!

Tasha here from CraftyPinkPixie.com sharing a cute new card created with the adorable Hoot Hoot stamp set!

Tasha- March Challenge

The cool pattern paper from the Fields of Joy Pattern Paper Pack was the inspiration for this design. To create this project, I used a variety of colors on the owl and added bright yellow around the eyes to make them pop; so cute!  I adhered the owl to the inside of the card, and I die cut a circle to allow it to be seen when the card is closed.

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To complete this design, I stamped the sentiment “Smile” several times with Totally Black Ink and created a banner layer across the front. Lastly, to embellish I used gold glitter paper and gold enamel flowers to add sparkle and texture. I love all the layers and colors and can not wait to send it to someone special this spring!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you are inspired to create with the Hoot Hoot stamp set!

Have a wonderful day!

tasha





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