Good evening everyone. I managed to spend some time "playing" today and made a start on another Christmas card this morning. Playtime first and everything else after lunch was the plan. Then I had an unexpected, but nevertheless very welcome, visitor arrive and so playtime came to an abrupt halt. I didn't mind though, because I love having visitors. And I had managed some playtime first!
So what to share tonight? Well I decided I would share a Popcorn card I made for my neice's birthday a couple of years ago (the same neice whose 18th birthday card I showed you recently.)
I had some card blanks that were specifically for the "Flippin Men" decoupage and as the Popcorn image on the cd from Crafters Companion also had the same image as a rear view I decided to use them as though they were "flippin" images. The images were mounted onto patterned white vellum and decoupaged. The sunflower was made from a Spellbinders die and the card was coloured with inks (my first attempt at colouring with inks). The insert was also printed from the cd.
Here it is - two photographs stiched together to show both the outside front and the inside of the card.
As I recall the two images of Popcorn front and back views didn't line up exactly, which is why I chose to use the vellum in the aperture, rather than acetate.
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