Friday, 5 June 2009

Aperture Card

Haven't done a lot in the way of making cards this week as am in the process of making a new papertole picture. When I have completed a bit more of it I will post it so you can see the different stages my piccies go through.

But I couldn't resist this doing this one challenge.

The new challenge site The Next Level has posted its first challenge which is to make a card u sing an aperture or a cut out. the card also has to have handmade Faux Prima Lollipop flowers on it. The great thing is the site has a tutorial on how to make the flowers which is dead easy to follow without any jargon. Just as well for me lol.

Cos I needed cheering up after my car fiasco and the chocolate didnt work I adored a couple of new Sugar Nellie stamps and when this one arrived I thought it would be idea in an aperture card.

I chose papers that are a download from Fred She Said and coloured the image in Copic Colours to match. I attached the swing to the branch which is a sissix die cut and inside the aperture and attached the girl with silicone so that hopefully she gives the impression of swinging in and out of the aperture.

I made the first flower following instructions and sprayed with Cosmic Shimmer Mist Purple Violet - big mistake Too Dark lost the papers underneath. Had another go and used Cosmic shimmer powder and water instead - very subtle shimmer doesnt really show on photo. Decided though I liked them both in the end so used both. OTT or what. I used some of the backing paper for the blossoms on the tree. Leaves are made with a L'Em Punch.

Have continued the colours and Branches on the inside.


  1. Love the colour of this card Becs xxx

  2. What a beautiful card Beccy,l love the image and colours.

    Hugs Riet.x

  3. Gorgeous,love the papers and your flowers are brilliant!!!

  4. Fabulous card ,beautiful image and papers so cute
    Thank you so much for joining this weeks challenge over at
    The Next Level.
    Hugs Dawn+Annxxxx

  5. Pretty card! Love the image and thoes lollipop flowers make it pop!
    Thanks for joining us @ "The Next Level"!


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