Wednesday, February 26, 2014

In My Easter Bonnet, With All the Flock Upon It...

For this week's Woodware challenge, I'm giving you a double dosage of Easter cuteness. Both cards feature the Stampendous Easter Bonnet Birds. The top one has the Feather Bonnet Baby as well as the Floral Bonnet Baby, along with the Spring Greeting. All of these stamps are in Cling form...easy to apply to your clear acrylic blocks and to see precisely where you are stamping, and still have the feel of stamping with rubber. These have been colored with Tombow markers, and Stampendous Fun Flock as been added for some vintagey fluffiness. To apply, just place some glue marker in the appropriate areas, let dry until tacky, and rub the flock into the adhesive. Very faintly in the background, you can tell that I machine embossed the card base with the Dreamweaver Damask design, and brushed lightly over it with an orange inkpad. All of the images have been stamped with brown ink to keep the vintage feel going.

This second card was created by using the Dreamweaver Open Egg stencil as a template...just place slightly above the top fold on your card  base, trace, and cut out with scallop-edged scissors. Trace a second one on patterned paper, cut out and adhere on top. The sentiment was stamped in black, as was the Feather Bonnet Baby. She was colored with markers as on the above card, but no flock was added. I popped her up off the surface with foam dots. A bit of glue marker was added to adhere a sprinkling of Frantag√© fun in the form of Color Fragments and Fresh Green Glass Glitter. A fluffy bow was added to both cards to finish them off in typically Easter colours.

If you haven't already checked out the springtime holiday fun with the Woodware girls, head on over to the blog to catch up!

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