I covered a die cut paper heart with crumpled tissue and then stenciled over top with pearlescent paste. When I attached the legs, I cut the image apart so that the legs could be positioned more like a chorus line dancer. I love how flexible Dylusions stamps can be! To give the card motion, I added springs behind the heart and legs. The final touch was a slightly skewed background (again, to capture the idea of movement).
This was fun and simple to create and it just makes me smile.
Thank you to the following challenges for the inspiration:
- Mixed Media Card Challenge for the inspiration.
- Dies R Us Challenge - hearts
- Naughty or Nice Challenge - love/anti-love
This is so clever - I love it! Thanks for playing along with us at Naughty or Nice Challenges, Jo xReplyDelete
WOW awesome techniques ... looks fabulous! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘HEARTS’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!ReplyDelete
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Fantastic card! Lots of texture and fun details. Thanks for joining the Dies R Us February "Hearts" Challenge.ReplyDelete
Love how you've added movement to your card! Thanks so much for playing along at The Mixed Media Card Challenge!ReplyDelete
Very cute! Love that you put the legs behind the heart AND made the move :) I’m so glad you joined us at Naughty or Nice Challenges this month! Good luck!ReplyDelete
This is so much fun! The tissue/texture paste looks so good with the pattern on the dancing legs. Thanks for joining us at Naughty or Nice Challenges!ReplyDelete
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