Inside: To Wish you a Very Merry Birthday!!
Sorry, forgot to take a picture of the inside. And I'm trying to get to bed at a some what decent time so I'm not going to take the time to set up again for an inside shot. The inside sentiment is layered like the outside sentiment.
Ok! Let me explain this Christmas card!! My boss ALWAYS gives us the wrong holiday card (like Christmas or Easter) for our birthday's. Sooo, he will get a Easter/Christmas/Birthday card from all of us at the office!! Twisted and Demented. The BEST type of cards!! hehe
The details: Once again, Bugaboo Stamps comes to my rescue for twisted and demented! I sized the image and printed it off on Georgia Pacific 110# paper as my cheapo printer HATES my preferred Pure Luxury paper!! I colored the image with copics. I then used Breezy Blue sparkly fluff on the bunny jammies and slippers. I have to tell you that the Sakura Quickie Glue pen was PERFECT for this!! It is not like other glue pens where you have to push down or squeeze the body of the pen to get the glue to come out. This pen literally just "writes" the glue!! Wonderful for smaller areas like the sleeves on the jammies! I used the same glue pen and some white fun flock (I have had this stuff for YEARS in my stash!!) for the tummy and the puff balls on the slippers and the tail. I sponged around the edges with Distress ink in Stormy Sky.
The sentiments on the outside and inside are computer generated. I cut and embossed the sentiment layers using Spellbinders Classic Ovals. While the sentiment was still in the die, I sponged the center, leaving a white border. The front sentiment is adhered with dimensionals.
The base of the card is a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 top folded piece of Pure Luxury. The design paper is Basic Grey's "Mellow" that I have had in my stash for a couple of years, I believe!
I'm so excited I got to participate in the challenge!! I'll be back again with some other projects that I worked on over the weekend. Yes, my holiday to do list has gotten a tiny bit smaller. Till then..........