Saturday, August 30, 2014


Each year I go to a wonderful stamping retreat organized by my friend, Heather. Everyone who attends makes a "shoebox" project for everyone else to make during the week-end. This was my project this year. I was so tickled at figuring out this fun design and hope you like it too!
 A donut die-cut from onyx shimmer cardstock starts the fun that is this card. First you cut the donut die cut in half. Punch holes with the small side of the crop-a-dile and thread some Mermaid baker's cording through and tie. The woo hoo girl is stamped with memento tuxedo black on sugar, colored with copics and cut out. She fits perfectly in the hole in the center of the "donut". The cording is glued to her hands and her legs are glued to the donut. Stamp the branch and attach the cording to it. I glued the top of the cording and then glued the bows on top. The swing is popped up so it looks like she's swinging forward. The grass is cut from lime cardstock and attached to finish off the front. 
Here's the inside stamped in Lime ink.

Copics used:
Skin: E50, E51
Hair: E53, E55, E59
Dress: RV14, RV21
Shirt: YG23

Stamp sets:
Woo Hoo For You
Seasonal Branch
You're My Fave

Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a wonderfully creative day!! 

1 comment:

Danni said...

This is just way too cute!! Love it!