Today we are celebrating my daughter's 30th birthday. We are traveling to Ft. Worth for her party. I don't know if she still loves pigs as much as she did when she was a teenager, but I decided to make a pig card for her.
I decided to use the Faux Tile Technique and Stampin' Up - Bashful Blue ink since I was making a bathroom wall. The bathtub is Karen Burniston's die set "Bathtub Pop Stand". I stamped pig, sentiments and puddle from Beth Silaika's "Sophie, the Pig". I colored using Copics: RV32, 34, E41, 42, 44. The ducky on the inside of the card was part of the "Bathtub Pop Stand" set.
|Inside of Card|
Directions for Faux Tile Technique:
- Place diagonal score plate onto score board.
- Place card stock onto diagonal score board. Score at 1 inch intervals.
- Rotate 90 degrees and repeat: score at 1 inch intervals.
- Trim right angle from a piece of card stock to use as a mask.
- Place the mask on the bottom a square tile. Ink your sponge and GENTLY distress (pushing ink upwards) into the bottom of the square. Try to keep the ink out of the grout (score) lines.
- Repeat this on every square.
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