You know, every time I find a cool sketch blog, I add it to my Google Reader. Small wonder I can't keep up ... Sigh.
Anyway, here's my card:
I turned the sketch on its ear so my card is vertical. I mostly do this because the company I bought my card racks from (from whom I purchased my card racks) told me that these cards would fit either horizontally or vertically, but they
Right, where was I? ... Oh, yes, the card. I took a quick peek at one of the DT's posts and she used a Flopsy image from The Cat's Pajamas. This made me remember my own Flopsy purchase that hadn't seen ink yet, and it was irreverent to boot (bonus!), so I went to work.
All these papers were out next to my paper cutter since I'm working on some Date books and I used a whole package of Afternoon Tea DSP from my SU stash (1 package = 4 date books). I'll post the date books later, but this card was made from the trimmings. Sweet.
I couldn't figure out what color to make the bunneh, so I didn't. I covered him in white flocking instead:
He is very fuzzy. :)
The scallops were made with an MFT border die, and the candle flames were colored with a gold glitter pen.
I think that's it! Thanks for stopping by!