I enjoyed making yesterday's card with the purse in the window so much that I decided to make another window shopping card using the adorable Princess Dresses dies from Memory Box. I am amazed at the tiny and detailed images we can get out of dies these days. I added dimension to one of the dresses and thicker dimension to the window frame so they look really 3-dimensional
I got the adorable Memory Box purse die that I used on this card and I must admit I was stumped on how to use it. I thought it would be larger. My new friend Susan Wymer suggested I put the purse in a store window so I did it! So fun to make.
Yes, another Pure Innocence girl! I couldn't resist the cute bunny ears on this one. I used a little piece of patterned paper scrap to paper piece the bow in her hair and her dress. The rest is colored with Copics. To do the background I cut a circle and used it as a stencil. I put a Post-It note across the line where I wanted the grass and sky to meet and used a sponge dauber to apply ink. Then I flipped the Post-It in the other direction. Easy peasy for an awesome effect.
I can't see a Pure Innocence stamp without wanting to paper piece it. So I did that here and colored it with Copics. You can't see it well in the photograph but there are embossing paste dots on the white card.
Are you taking this class? So many great ideas -- so little time! It's never too late to take an Online Card Class so sign up here if you aren't already taking it. Shari Carroll made a card that I just loved. Mine is not nearly as fun as hers but the design of this card is all Shari. Instead of the stamping she did I used pattern paper for a quicker card. So fun to make. Especially using the great balloon dies from Simon Says Stamp.
I have had a lot of fun using the Elizabeth Craft Design stickers with glitter and Copic marker coloring. For these cards I fussy cut the candles so I could put them on white card bases. So easy, fun, and SPARKLY!