|This is owl card #2, she is done with Punk Pink Art Glitter and glued onto a sticky paper that was glittered with Lemon Zest Art Glitter. Some of the pictures in the tutorial are done with a different glitter colorway but the techniques are the same.|
Leaving me a comment each day this week will increase your chances to win the new owl die set ...which you can view on yesterday's post. There will be two winners. I want to thank those of you who are leaving me comments with inspiration and ideas and leaving such interesting comments ...of course I love that some of you are stopping by just to say hi! Christina Doré gave me the suggestion of using the owls with some baby prints and I love that idea. Am hoping to work on that this week. Also a suggestion of graduation was great and Halloween is a really good idea too. Thanks all! Don't forget that our challenge this month is Dreamweaver to die for and you don't have to use our dies...any die will do! We love to see your cards even if they don't follow the challenge that closely, we like to have you involved and each month we are picking two random winners and they get to choose any stencil they want.
I haven't had time do links yet, but will get that done after I walk and have breakfast...first things first ;)
Dreamweaver Embossing Paste (original/regular)
DG751-Nested Owl set (the large owl shape and the tiny owl)
MPDS-Mounting Paper that is sticky on both sides
I used "Imagine Crafts" Neon ink pads which we used a couple of weeks ago when we did a blog hop with their team. So that is the pigment ink that I used on the regular Dreamweaver Embossing Paste for color. I used Art Glitter's "Lemon Drop" transparent glitter and "Punk Pink" opaque glitter on the sticky paper for the die cut owl.
|Cut the owl die shape out of the mounting paper that is sticky on both sides and save the frame piece to use later.|