Monday is here and it’s time for the Emily’sÂ Shaped Card challenge over the BBTB2. I decided to make a sun shaped card and use a regular image from the Folk Art Festival cartridge.
It’s is just layered regular image, but after few moves I got a card base and all the layers.
First I set the size of the card. Then I separated all the layers and made a copy of the bottom one for the card base, and increased its size a 1/4 inch.
Then I attached Â the base layers to each other and weld it.
As I planed to have a circle window on the front of my card, I chose these kind of circles from the Days And Dates cartridge and set their size to 3″.
One of them I used to make a window on the one part of the base by placing it on the front of welded base, attached and welded again.
Here is ready to cut image.
And then just cut all the layers and adhered them in one card.
For the inside part
For the top
I don’t have space for the sentiment on the top of a card, that’s way I put it on the back
Yes, to make a frame I draw lines with Sakura White Gell pen.
Entering this card into Simon Says Get in Shape!
And Time Out challenge Nature.
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7 thoughts on “Shaped Card”
I LOVE the fun that’s gong on on the inside Valentyna!
Bright and happy!
Fantastic shaped card Valentyna. Love the different shades of yellow… and the white doodle lines.
Oh my goodness, do I love this card!! I love the different layers that you created and the round “window” to peek through to the inside layer. Very fabulous!
WOW!!!! This is most fabulous Valentyna!!! I so love it!!!!!! 🙂
This shaped card is STUNNING, Valentyna. I love that you provided a tutorial for those who do not know how to weld and subtract. I am going to miss you SO MUCH on the design team. Your work is truly outstanding and you can come back ANYTIME you want to!!!
Wow you are so creative. I love your double sun shaped card. A big WOW this week to you
Bright colors, fun sentiment, great tutorialâ€¦.fantastic Valentyna! You blow me away with your creativity!