Happy Good Friday to you and I hope you are enjoying the start of this Easter break!!!
I know the excitement is certainly building in our house with two very excited girls looking forward to the Easter Bunny visiting on Sunday!
In following on from Wednesday’s blog post on Punch Art, I have another one for you which is super duper cute!
Isn’t she the most gorgeous thing you have seen?!!! I am so pleased with this card, I can see myself making many more!
The base card is white then I layered a piece of Sahara Sand Core’dinations cardstock which I embossed with the Arrows TIEF (available until 30 June) and then sanded it.
The next layer is Melon Mambo and then White on top.
The monkey is created with Crumb Cake & Soft Suede cardstock and the nose is black.
The heart was created by stamping the largest heart in the Hearts a Flutter stamp set and die cutting it out with the coordinating Framelits. The large heart is a punch and the smaller heart is from the Hearts a Flutter framelits. The tiny heart on her head is also a punch with a rhinestone for a bit of bling!
I used the black Stampin’ Write Marker to draw the mouth and dots. I added some googly eyes for a more effective finish. Doesn’t she just make you go, awwww!
This was so much fun to make and see her come alive as I put it together! Go on, have a go yourself, I know you want to!
I must thank http://www.brandyscards.com for showing me how to create this gorgeous card.
Doing anything special on Anzac Day afternoon? No?
Well why not join my Punch Art Class.
Be sure to Email Me and book your seat now or join via my Facebook link!
All the punches used to create this little monkey are Stampin’ Up! products:
2-1/2″ Circle (120906)
1-3/4″ Circle (119850)
1″ Circle (119868)
3/4″ Circle (119873)
3/8″ Circle (118309) part of 3 set pack
Large Oval (199855)
XL Oval (119859)
Word Window (119857)
Small Heart (117193)
Large Heart (119883)
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