Good Morning! As promised I have the second sheep in the Doodle Pantry "Holiday Sheep" to show you today. This card proved to be quite challenging when I used too many layers of Paper Trey Ink White Cardstock, which became problematic with respect to machine stitching. Now, don't misunderstand...I absolutely love, love, love Paper Trey Ink White Cardstock, especially for the card base...but in this case, layering it led to some wonky machine stitching. If you look close enough, you'll see where I ran off the edge of the paper at the bottom front and the top interior of the card. This was partly user error as well as my sewing machine telling me that it just wasn't happy. So, the sewing is bad, but let's just call it "Whimsical Stitching"...how's that?? Hopefully, it doesn't distract from Laurie Wilson's adorable sheep illustration, which can be downloaded at Doodle Pantry. I hope that you can see the "snowflakes" that I created in the sky using Stickles clear glitter glue, as well as the "snow" on the ground. (Zoom in for a closer look!)
Pictured below, is the card interior with coordinating designer papers and design. Remember, you can always right-click on any photo to view it larger.
Okay, now the deets:
Stamps: Doodle Pantry "Holiday Sheep", Computer-Generated Sentiments
Cardstock/Papers: Cosmo Cricket "Mitten Weather" Mini Deck Designer Paper, Paper Trey White Cardstock
Copic Sketch Markers: RV000 Pale Purple, RV11 Pink, R29 Lipstick Red, B000 Pale Porcelain Blue, B00 Frost Blue, BG11 Moon White, BG72 Ice Ocean, 0 Colorless Blender
Accents/Tools: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Long & Scalloped Long Rectangular Dies, EK Success Border Punch, Sewing Machine, Thread, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, Stickles Glitter Glue, Paper Trey Ink Aqua Mist Polka Dotted Satin Ribbon, Red Jingle Bell, KaiserCraft Self-Adhesive Pearls
Techniques: Digi Printing, Machine Stitching, Copic Coloring & Blending
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