Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Just for You

 I tend to never throw anything away, including the leftover pieces of designer or patterned paper. The background for this gnome was pieced together from leftovers. It reminds me of wall paper. Just like the time when you tried to piece the pattern together on the wall, but if you looked closely, you could see the seam. I wanted this pattern, but didn't have a large enough piece left, so... What do you think? Did it work?

   Gnome image was printed from internet

   Whisper White A-2
   Merry Moments DSP 5-1/2 x 4-1/4

   Archival Basic Black

Watercolor Pencils:
   Bright Green


   Silver Hodgepodge Hardware
   1" Circle Punch
   Blender Pen

I printed the gnome image and colored it with watercolor pencils. I then used a blender pen to blend in the color.

I added the sentiment with a bit of hardware. It helps to draw the attention to the sentiment on the busy background. I adhered the sentiment with adhesive and then added the hardware with the brads.

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  1. Make gnome mistake about it... this card is CUTE!

  2. I try to use scraps too. You did well to "wallpaper" your card!