Saturday, May 14, 2016

Besties (Created by Lisa Z.)

Hello High Hopes Fans!!!
Happy Saturday Friends! The weekend is finally here, and I am back to share another one of my cards using some stamps and SVG files from the New Release - Spring 2016 Collection.

This is Besties (TT028), Besties SVG file-point 7 (TT028SVG), Fancy Script Happy Birthday (HH019), and Fancy Script Happy Birthday SVG file-point 7 (HH019SVG).  This image is just the sweetest and soo fun to cut and colour too!
I started by using my Cricut machine and cut the point 7 size of the SVG Besties file on Xpress It cardstock.  The image was then stamped with a Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad using my Misti Stamping Tool to ensure accuracy for the placement of the image inside the cut out portion of my cardstock. The sentiment was done using the same method as the image. The image was then coloured with Copic Markers.  After the image was all coloured and dry, a Zig-Wink of Stella yellow glitter pen was added to the flower centres on the little girl's dress for some sparkle.
For the card base, I chose some SU Going Gray cardstock.  The designer paper is from BoBunny-Baby Bump Collection 6x6 Paper Pad.  A YNS die-called Double Stitched Hills was used to cut the white cardstock behind the image, for a fun look.  No foam tape was used on this card, so it will be fairly flat for mailing purposes.  To complete this card, three silver sequins were adhered to the top left corner with glue dots. 
Supplies Used:
InkCopic Markers - T3, T6, E01, E25, E31, E35, E43, E71, E79, RV14, RV21, Y17, BG02, BG05, 100 and 0 (colourless blender).  Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad.
Paper - BoBunny-Baby Bump Collection 6x6 Paper Pad; SU Going Gray & White Cardstock; Xpress It Cardstock.
MiscMisti Stamping Tool, Cricut Personal Cutter, YNS-Double Stitched Hills Die, Zig-Wing of Stella Yellow Glitter pen, Silver Sequins and Glue Dots.
Thanks for stopping by!  And be sure to stop by again soon for more ideas and inspiration using the New Release Stamps and SVG Files!


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