Every time I work with Little Loveosaurs from My Favorite Things I make a boy card, but why do the monsters always have to be male? Instead I decided to make a “girly-saurus” for a birthday party we will be attending today. Colin is taking this card along with a notebook that I made yesterday with the Cinch.
I used Rich Razzleberry for the base of my card. The Old Olive layer was run through the Big Shot with the large Polka Dot Texturz Plate. I then added two strips of paper piercing with my sewing machine and then added the strip of dsp from Razzleberry Lemonade. The Pumpkin Pie layer is more of the dsp. I stamped Wild Thing in Pumpkin Pie and alternated stamping the image off for a more muted look. I then embossed around the edge with a scoring tool. The main image is stamped on Shimmery White cardstock and is watercolored with Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry and Blush Blossom ink. I distressed the edges with the Cutters Tool Kid. The sentiment tag is Crushed Curry and die cut and embossed with Nestabilities. I added a Rich Razzleberry button threaded with Linen Thread before being attached to the card.
Here is the sketch Jen as for us this week. It was a fun one to work with. I hope you have a chance to play along with us this week. If you need more inspiration please check out the fabulous Sketch for You to Try Sisters:
I’m hoping we can have a more relaxing weekend. We have Lowes Build and Grow, a soccer game and a birthday party. However that is all we have planned for the weekend! I’ll show you the two other notebooks I made yesterday early in the week.