My first "love" card includes a whale!! It's from the fun new set One in a Buzzillion that not only includes this whale but also a bee, a rocket ship, an elephant and more. And it's extra fun because of the new addition to the On the Right Track line of dies. These are dies that make it easy to put together slider cards. The new addition is On the Right Track - Heart!
I watercolored a stitched square using Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors in Cobalt Blue, Turquoise Green and Pale Aqua. I just swished it around to make an ocean. I cut the heart track, but kept the piece that I cut out to adhere to the background so the ocean colors showed through. (Also - FYI - the stitched banner isn't really this long - I just snipped it in the middle so that it showed above and below the whale.)
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I adore the entire line of TE stamp sets that include a character and a variety of facial expressions that you can add to the character to match your chosen sentiment. They are so versatile and so much fun to get just the right expressions. The new set - If Cupid Could Talk - is the perfect addition to the series.
Because my boys are 17 and 21 (and there's a 59-year old "boy" too!) - I kept it very simple. I'm typically a clean cardmaker - but I often plop on a trio of sequins or enamel dots as an accent. I can't tell you how many times one of the "boys" has walked by my craft table, given my card a critical look and said "too much bling". Seriously??!! I'm actually a bit worried about their reaction to the shiny enamel heart in the middle of my target even though it's black. Do you begin to understand the "Don't make me shoot" sentiment?
The design of both of these cards is fantastic, Kim! Wonderful showcasing of the product.ReplyDelete
Your choice of how you arrangement the elements on your cards are always breath-taking! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations! By the way, I have emailed you a question. :)ReplyDelete
What a fabulous pair of cards Kim!! I knew you would refer to your boys when I saw the grumpy cat!! Too cute!!ReplyDelete
Both these cards are so clever!ReplyDelete
Completely smitten with your whale and the interactive aspect is ultra cool! Your cupid card...oh my stars! Giggling! Awesome showcases!ReplyDelete