|Eureka Digital Stamps provided Flying Girl Holder|
designed for use with the Balloon Flowers
It's an up lifting time and this card expresses that feeling for me!
This is my DT card for the new Challenge at 613 Ave. C with the theme of "First Day of Spring - make your own 3D flowers". With Eureka as the sponsor, I immediately thought of these Balloon Flowers to make. My 613 teammates have created some great samples to kick start your mojo - so go on over to see their inspiration for you and get more details on the challenge - HERE.
[Note: specific information on supplies and sources will be found below under “Supplies”.]
- Manipulated the Eureka images to create 2 different sizes for the Sunflower and then printed out three copies of all the images.
- Colored all images with Copics, fussy cut, sculpted & layered with foam tape to create 3D flower balloons and the girl.
- Layered the background paper & 2 different sized punched scalloped circles on the front and again on the inside.
- Waxed linen thread tied around the base of each balloon and then mounted all four images with foam tape for even more dimension.
- Carefully adjusted all the threads to the right length, tied a knot and glued under her hand.
|Edge of dimension & Inside|
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Top Tip Tues – 3, 5 or 7
Simon Says Wed – Special Girl
Paper Pretties #301 – Birthday cards
Fussy & Fancy #109 - Happy Birthday
Paper Crafting Journey – Photo Inspiration/ colored polka dots [both background papers]
OSAAT #204 – Use a Digi
IMAGES: The focal images - "Flying Girl Holder", "Daisy" and "Sunflower" Balloons are from Eureka
PAPER: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80# Cover Wt. used for the images; DP and the mats are from stash.
EMBELLISHMENTS: punch used for the mats for the focal image and the message space; waxed linen is book binding thread; "Buttercup" Liquid Pearls used in the daisy.
INKS: the images were printed on a Canon PIXMA printer & colored with Copics:
Create wildly and do what amuses you! ~ginny