I chewed on this one for a while and finally came up with this:
Everything on this card is
The grey layer is another quarter sheet of SU Basic Gray, and the strips were trims left over from making these cards. See what happens when you don't keep a spotless craft desk? INSPIRATION, that's what!
The sentiment is made of two stamps, both from the Hero Arts Calico Borders set. The HB sentiment is actually repeated, but I cut it in half. I wanted to curve it into that film strip image, and I was tired of wrestling with it. Being so long, like in this post, it just works better for me cut in half. That's only part of the film strip image, too.
Oh, and I was following this sketch from Clean & Simple:
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Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum stamp by Leavenworth Jackson, purchased in an unguarded moment at my LSS many, many moons ago
Hero Arts Calico Borders stamp set (SSS|EH)
Copics: C1, BG49, YR18, E000
Spellbinders Circle dies Large (SSS) and Small (SSS)
Simple Stories Snap Color Vibe paper (SSS)
Memento black ink (SSS | EH)
SU Basic Gray card stock
Neenah Solar White card stock 25 sheets (SSS | EH) ream (SSS | EH)
I think the chevron paper is the perfect complement to Dee & Dum, who, by the way, remind me of Grumpy Cat.ReplyDelete
What a fun image! You have the best collection of stamps!ReplyDelete
So fun! I love the image and the twine bow is perfect!ReplyDelete
LOOOOOOOVE that your "T"'s are Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb! That is creative and amazing!! Great card!ReplyDelete
Your t's rock. And the fact that there exists a Tweedledum and Tweedledee stamp just makes me happy.
Love those Tweedle twins with teal trousers!! Great card! My hubby does have vertigo right now and that dp design would make his eyes crazy! Perfect match for the twins though!ReplyDelete