Friday, November 8, 2019

Legendary Magical Birthday


I have a fun and colorful card to share with you today.  I used the Hero Arts Dragons & Unicorns stamp set  previously, to create a smoldering dragon birthday card, but I wanted to use the unicorns from this stamp set, to create another card for my adorable grand daughter, who is 11 today! 

This card worked up very quickly.  I taped out the area I wanted to ink blend, and then blended Festive Berries, Shaded Lilac, and Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide inks to make the background.  While still taped, I sprinkled some water on using my blending brush, and some Shimmer, from my Nuvo Shimmer pen.  While that dried, I stamped and colored in the two unicorn images, then fussy cut them out.  (There are dies available with this stamp set, I just don't mind a little fussy cutting now and then.)

Copic Colors Used:
0. C1. C3, R02, R24, R32, Y17, BV02, V17

I carefully peeled the tape off of my dry background panel, and then heat embossed the sentiment in the lower right corner of the inked area.  I added my unicorns with some foam squares, and then attached the card front to a Grape Fusion card base.  A few scattered Fashion Gold pieces added a bit of bling and interest.

Of course, I forgot to photograph the inside, because I was in a hurry to get this in the mail, but there are additional fun sentiments in the set, so the inside included a white panel, which was stamped with the "Have a Legendary Birthday" stamp.

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
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