Wednesday, May 14, 2008

See Ya Later Alligator...


Yes, I know.... I'm addicted! Love this style of cardmaking... at least for now. Then I'll find something else and move on. It's a sickness, I tell ya!

Had to use my fave set again ~ Life's a Jungle. This time I also used Spot On Backgrounds for the polka dot on the Sweet Leaf cardstock. Like the Monkey card, I pop-dotted his head, the large scallop circle and the sentiment.

8 comments:

scrappernic said...

I've never tried anything like this and I am LOVING your cards! THey are so blod and vibrant. I have got to try this technique!!

scrappernic said...

Geez--need to spell check before I post. That should be BOLD--LOL!

Stacy said...

I love the new style you are addicted to right now! The cards are beautiful!

Ashley said...

did you use a blending pen of some sort to color the aligator? its just so adorable!

Anonymous said...

Ashley, what I did was sponge the lighter green (I think it was CTMH Garden Green) onto White Daisy cardstock, then stamped the alligator image over top of it. Then I used an CTMH Olive marker to color in the bumps on his back. :o)

Vicki Wizniuk said...

Sorry I had to leave a comment as anonymous, but for some reason, Blogger won't let me sign in!???

GlitterGirl said...

Hey there Vicki :)
I have been admiring your cards on the board - love these with the scalloped circles. I'm drawing a blank...is the circle one of our stamps or are you using a Cricut or something of the sort? I'd love to duplicate this look for something I'm working on...and do you do the dots with a CTMH marker?
Thanks so much for inspiring me! :)
Christa Adamski

Vicki Wizniuk said...

Thanks for all the comments!

Christa, I have the Mega and Giga Marvy Uchida scallop circle punches that I used on this card. For the center circle, I have a 2" Fiskars punch that I used. And for the white dots, I have a Uniball White Signo Gel pen that works the best out of all the white pens I've purchased...

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