Now, I introduce you to......
Kasey the Kangaroo
I said I've got a lot of pictures, so I'll try to keep the banter short. I thought I needed this one to show the whole card.
I think this one shows the dimension a little better...I was having trouble with shadows...to be expected with this type of card, I suppose. I also think the clouds showed up really well in this one and I'm quite proud of them so I wanted you to have a good view of them. I made the could myself on blue watercolor DP. I used a little puffy ball with some white ink to shape them. I let them dry a little bit then added a few accent spots and sprinkled(a little bit in between my fingers) with a winter embossing powder that had silver in it, and embossed.
You have finally reached the end and here is the card all folded up. I thought everyone might be curious to know how to give someone one of these cards...I know I was, lol. I didn't use any sort of tutorial on this so I came up with the outside on my own as well, so, I don't know how anybody else does it.
It's also Freebie Friday at SMC and challenge day. Would you like to win the entire line of new releases from Sew Many Cards AND a special discount code to use for the entire month of May for 45% off all your digital stamp purchases??Then join us for an easy peasy challenge!! All you'll need to do is submit a project using a Sew Many Cards image!! ANYTHING GOES...BUT it has to contain a Sew Many Cards image on it!!
Well, that's it for me, your next stop is Carol and don't forget to comment to win. I hope you have enjoyed my image and my card. Happy hopping, and good luck!
Have a great day!
Kraft paper and scraps for inside
Basic gray paper for outside
Sentiments and cross are from
TGF Shepherd Boy Set
Create a critter-flowers and grass
The green part of the tree was cut on Neenah ivory paper and
colored with my copics in the colors below
(It had to match, you know...I have issues!)
E: 000, 11,13,33,37,49,51,53,57
Y:21,35,38: V:12, 15, 17