Monday, 1 May 2017

Funky Birthday - Visible Image

Good Evening Crafters & Visitors!

My friends' little girl recently turned 9, I was struggling to think of what to do for her card when my mum reminded me that she loves to sing.  She is taking lessons and has leading parts in a dancing & singing group she belongs too.

I have used one of my Brusho backgrounds made at Keep on Crafting, layered on to black lined paper. After stamping the singer on to a Brusho background I cut around the dress, stamped the singer again on to white cardstock, heat embossed it, fussy cut it & attached the dress using 3D glue gel. Stamped the music script with Distress Oxide.

I die cut the sentiment from the same Brusho background, used texture & stencil for the number 9. Finally I added a few ink splatters.

Supplies used;
White cardstock - Creative Crafting World
Black lined paper - stash
Brusho - Keep on Crafting
Tim Holtz Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Inkn - Keep on Crafting
Sing stamp set - Visible Image
Dovecraft Jet Black Pigment Ink Pad
Clear Heat It Up Embossing Powder
Leonie Pujol Typography Letter Set Dies
Viva Modeling Paste - Anna Marie Designs
Stamps Away Stencil
Lilac Night Cosmic Shimmer Mist Spray

Creative Blessings.  x


Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Tracy this is a stunning card I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie

KarinsArtScrap said...

fantastic and gorgeoys card Tracy
Gr Karin

Dianne Bennett said...

That is Beautiful Tracy so personal to the little girl beautiful colours so nice and bright x

crafty-stamper said...

Great card and fabulous Brusho background love the paper pieced image
Carol x

Jennifer Bradley said...

Wow Tracy, stunning card, the background is fabulous and love the singer. The budding singer will love this card. Hugs Jennifer xx

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous card and loving the background.
Linda xxx

Andree said...

A fantastic card Tracy. The colours and stamps are wonderful xx

Kathy said...

Love it - such a wonderfully vibrant use of colour

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

great colors Tracy, love the background you made