Thursday, September 24, 2015

Cheepers! Another Birthday Card!

     Here is a Karen Burniston die: "Cheepers, the Chicken". Cheepers is a bit surprised at the moment, but those eyes have that effect.
     I used a faux wood grain background. To make it I scored the turquoise card stock every 1/4 inch and sawdust card stock every 1/2 inch. I dragged a white pigment ink pad with the score lines over the card stock. Then I lightly dragged a brown ink over top of that. It gives an unexpected look of wood.

 


Challenges

Crafting with an Attitude - Anything Goes - #267 - *
Crafty Girls Creations - Anything Goes - #19 -*
Cute Card Thursday - Things w/Wings - #15 -*
Seize the Birthday - Birthday w/Dies - #4 -*
Southern Girls - Whimsical/Cute/Fun - #8 - 10/8


Materials

Paper - Dear Lizzy: Christmas Wishes
           Bazzill: Sawdust
                       Tiara       
Stamps -Gina K:Birthday Essentials
              
Dies - Elizabeth Craft Designs: Cheepers the Chicken
                                              Hay There Pop Stand
                                              Pop It Ups - Chicken Wire
         Lawn Fawn: Stitched Hillside Borders
Inks - Momento: Rich Cocoa
         Adirondack: Expresso
         White Pigment Ink
         Tim Holtz Distress: Antique Photo
Tim Holtz Distress Markers:
Equipment:Scoring Tool