Whoo is having a birthday?

June 19, 2020

Whoo is having a birthday?

Hello and welcome!

It's Sandra (Fabella) on the blog today and I played another time with the awesome owls by Gerda Steiner.

For this time I choose a different size of the card:



I used a cutting die scallop frame, but I dont cut it in the whole lenght. I stopped a little bit befor the end and move the cutting die. So I an extend the lenght.

I used some tape to covering the edges of the scallop frame. Then I colored the background with distress oxide and take off the tape. For the next step I colored the little owl two times with copics and fussy cut them and sticked on the back.



Above, between and on the bottom I embossed the quote with versamark ink and white embossing powder.

After all I stick some little stars round the images. And then I stick the whole image first on dark blue cardstock and then on white cardstock.



I really hope, you like this. Have a nice day 

Fabella
visit me on my blog: www.fabella.de



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