Monday, February 23, 2009

Owl Party

My Upline Jaycene Morgan loaned me the Owl Together Now stamp set. This is one of the cards I came up with using the set. It turned out pretty cute and worked well for a challenge offered up by the LateNightStampers group.
I stumbled upon this card layout on SCS but I'm sorry I don't remember who the original poster was, but thank you just the same for the inspiration! (Post note! As it would turn out the original poster was on one of the groups I posted to and contacted me so I now know who to thank for this great card, it was Fran Sabad, thank you so much Fran!!) I think these Window Frame type cards are just so cute. I can just picture this cute little owl setting outside my window, however if he did that it would cause my dogs to have a stroke trying to get to him :-(

Another thing I got to use on this card that is really fun is the masking technique. I used that on the sun. It's just a simple process of coloring in the negative areas of a punch or something cut out, very easy but lots of fun. Well the card info is listed below, thanks so much for stopping by for a look.

Card Details:
  • Card Size - 5-1/2 X 4-1/4
  • Stamp Set - Owl Together Now
  • Paper - Kraft, Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla, Manhattan DSP
  • Ink - Close to Cocoa, Always Artichoke, Baja Breeze, Summer Sun
  • Accessories - Jumbo Pewter Eyelets, Designer Label Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Crop-a-dile, Blender Pen

Let me know if I can help in getting you the supplies and tools to make this cute card. I would love to help you out!


Melany said...

Great use of the window frame! Love all the elements you used.

Anjou Krelovich said...

Love the window! Great card!

Sandy O said...

OH, I love this card. I especially like how you attached the ribbon. I have never made a window card like this before, but will now! Thanks for the inspiration!

Hannah-Cherie said...

What a great card, I love the window effect!

Elizabeth >^..^< said...

This is way too cute! Love the "looking out the window" effect. I'm totally casing this!