I then cut him out with a stitched circle die. I cut a circle slightly larger from silver glitter washi tape from DCWV and with my largest circle die, I cut a dark green circle and two white heavy cardstock circles – which would make the card base. I adhered the layers on top of each other and added the sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black ink.
Today I have a card with a difference to show you. The card is round and features Conie Fong’s Candy Cane Penguin as the focal image. Isn’t he adorable?
I printed the image out onto Strathmore Colored Pencil paper and colored it with my Prismacolor colored pencils. What fun this cutey was to color!!
I scored a “hinge” at the top of the second white circle so that the card would open easily.
I love how this card looks like an ornament.
Strathmore Colored Pencil Paper
Reflections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
DCWV silver glitter washi tape
Conie Fong Candy Cane Penguin digi
Circle dies from my stash
Sentiment stamp from my stash
Versafine Onyx Black ink
Entered into the Conie Fong Art & Design Facebook Group January project challenge
Entered into the Crimbo Crackers Anything Goes Challenge #175
Entered into the Creative Knockouts Anything Goes Challenge #180
Entered into the Southern Girls Anything Goes With Team Lou Challenge
Entered into the Kleuren met Potlooden Anything Goes Challenge
Entered into the QKR Stampede Challenge #330 – Anything Goes