Before we get to Card #26, the winner of yesterdays daily giveaway is: Audrey who said, “Awesome card! Where do get and/or what brand of acetate sheets do you use for your shaker cards; I was wanting to make some shaker cards. Thanks for the info.”.
Thank you and Congratulations Audrey! I use Grafix clear acetate sheets and purchased them at Amazon.
I hope you enjoy your card.
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Card #26 – Valentine Card #5
Now you know I had to make a dog-related Valentine’s Card – didn’t you???
For this card I used light brown cardstock (4 1/4″ X 11″) for my base, dark brown cardstock for the embossed background (4″X5 1/4″) and scrap kraft and red cardstock for the oval frames.
After that was completed, I cut my oval frames out of the red and kraft cardstock using the oval die cuts.
Then I used my stamps to create the dog and stamp the sentiment. I stamped the body of the dog with Versamark ink and embossed with black powder. After setting with my heat gun, I stamped the sweater edges with red dye ink and the sweater print with light brown. After this was complete, I used my scissors to cut out the entire image.
Since I didn’t actually have a sentiment stamp that said “I Ruff You”, I used my scissors to cut apart my clear cling stamps to make the phrase. I colored the words with my Distress markers and stamped them on white cardstock. I backed the sentiment banner with kraft cardstock and ink the edges with red ink.
Here is the finished card.
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Finally… you’re talking my language.
I Ruff You too.