Decorating Penguin Impossible Card with Karla

December 09, 2018

Decorating Penguin Impossible Card with Karla

Hello! Karla here today with a cute card using a fun 'Impossible Card Fold' and the adorable Decorating Penguin digital stamp from the Gerda Steiner Designs Shop! The Impossible card is so easy, created from a single base of 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" cardstock, but looks so complicated. If you're wanting to create one, just search on YouTube for a tutorial - there are lots.


I coloured this cute stamp up with Copics and Prismacolor Markers, both alcohol based, and cut him out leaving a small white border. A little white gel pen adds some highlights. I added some evergreen tree washi tape and a sentiment stamped on a diecut circle. The paper is from the Canvas Corp Jolly Christmas collection.


I embossed a snowy background on the white cardstock behind him and added some clear sparkly Tattered Angels mist before popping him up with foam dots and adding some sequins.



 Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to head over to the Gerda Steiner Designs Shop to check out this adorable Decorating Penguin digital stamp - he'll definitely make someone's day!

Hugs & Merry Christmas,
Karla




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