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Monday, 29 May 2017

Stepping up to the challenge.

Sponsored by All Dressed Up

 (using "Sally and Charlie" from OddballArt )
As soon as I saw this image I knew I wanted to use it with a seaside theme.
*I know Charlie is a dragon, but I thought he'd make a great inflatable*
 I found a collection of seaside toppers in my 
Hunkydory stash.

To make the double easel base card;
I took a piece of A4 card stock,
scored to make an A5 card.
Scored again half way across the front panel...
 then cut from the centre fold to the outer edge at about
a third of the length.
 I used a single piece of backing card to decorate the base...
 cutting borders to create stoppers and 
selecting a beach hut scene topper for the larger panel.
 Again it was a simple matter of selecting matching 
 promarkers to colour the image. 
 *sampling the colours before using*
 Pretty awesome match :D
 Then just a matter of adding foam pads and glue
 to fix the topper and image in place.
 I set the stoppers at different positions to add extra 
dimension.
 And just a hint of glitter on Charlie for fun :D

Enjoy :D XXX

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9 comments:

  1. Oh Gina - that is amazing how well it goes!

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  2. Fabulous colouring Gina and I love the double stepper design xxx

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  3. I can't stop grinning at the cuteness of that is a snake with glasses!

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  4. What a fabulous beach-holiday themed card! And the dragon does, indeed, make for an awesome floater! So clever and so wonderfully delightful! Thank you for sharing this gem in the ATSM gallery!
    ~carol

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  5. What an ambitious card, with absolutely gorgeous coloring. Thanks for sharing it with us at Addicted to Stamps and More.

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  6. This is such a cute card. I love all the dimension and the way that you have cleverly created a scene. Thanks for sharing at Colour Crazy.

    Sharon x

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  7. So beautifully done Gina, You are so multi -talented my friend. I admire that. Its taken me many years to finally work out that I prefer small areas to work on, prefer collage and paint and prefer messy (not good at cards lol ) So now I am sticking to aceo;s and small pieces and loving it. x

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  8. So cute Gina!!!!!! Big Hugs!!!

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  9. Gorgeous project, what a fab idea Gina! Thanks so much for joining us at Colour Crazy Challenge this time
    Claire xx

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