I needed a bit of a study break after writing a seven page paper about tree dispersal patterns. Doesn't that sound like fun? Now all I have left is to study for finals, which are next week. So, here is what I made on my little study break:
The card base is made using the Arched Top Card Base from SVG Cutting Files. It is about 5 5/8" tall by 4 1/4" wide.
The girl and the window box is also from SVG Cutting Files, it is the Flowerbox Girl file. She is about 5 1/8" tall. I hid her eyes and used a Peachy Keen stamp for the face. It is from the Cherub Face Assortment. I inked around the edges of her hair with wild honey Distress Ink and around her dress, hairband, face, and body with tea dye Distress Ink for some dimension. I added a little pink chalk to her cheeks. I colored her eyes green and her lips pink. I then covered the eyes and lips with glossy accents. I finished her off with a yellow gem bracelet and some gems for the flower centers.
The sentiment on the flowerbox is from a clear stamp set in my stash. I then used a stamp from My Craft Spot for the sentiment on the inside.
I made this for the following challenges:
SVG Cutting Files: flowers
My Sheri Crafts: card shape other than square or rectangle
Die Cuttin' Divas: flowers and/or bling
Crazy 4 Challenges: springtime flowers