How many times could you use a card like this cute little Koala?
Is he adorable or what? There are so many times I need a card just like this. I’m so glad I went to the Stamp Across America class at convention where I made a card similar to this one. Of course I had to put a little of my spin on it and added some Crystal Effects to his nose and some ribbon and linen thread. That just seemed to make it even cuter!
This is a single stamp found on page 113 of the annual catalog. I just couldn’t resist that little bear. Would you like to make this card or one similar? Well, here are the Stuff ‘N Digits for you…
- Paper: Crumb Cake, Tangelo Twist and Whisper White cardstock plus Flower Pot DSP
- Ink: Memento Black, Tangelo Twist, Daffodil Yellow, Lost Lagoon
- Stamps: Kind Koala
- Tools ‘N Embellishments: Tangelo Twist Ribbon and Linen Thread, Crystal Effects and Lovely Lace EF
- Base card Crumb Cake 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
- Tangelo Twist layer is 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″
- The Flower Pot DSP is 3″ x 4 1/4″
- The Whisper White layer is 2 3/4″ x 4″
- Color with markers everything on the stamp except the koala and stamp on Whisper White layer.
- Stamp the koala in Memento Black two times on Crumb Cake. Cut out just the koala and then just the koala face.
- Attach the whole koala to fit the colored stamp on the Whisper White. Add the face with dimensionals and then the Crystal Effects to his nose. Let dry.
- Run the Tangelo Twist layer through the Big Shot in the Lovely Lace EF. Attach Tangelo Twist ribbon around this layer and then attach layer to card front.
- If the koala’s nose is dry, attach the Whisper White layer to the Flower Pot DSP and then attached this layer to the card front with dimensionals.
- Add Tangelo Twist bow to front made with Linen thread.
- I also embossed just the flap of the envelop with the Lovely Lace EF.
Hope you are inspired to create something beautiful today. Thanks for stopping by my blog today.
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