Friday, 20 July 2018

Heartcraft Paper - Have a Magical Birthday

It's a Magical Month over at Heartcraft Paper, we are celebrating all things Griffindor.

Today I am working with the Grffindor Crest, I love the design and was very excited to work with it.

I coloured it up using Copic Markers - For the yellow sections Y13, Y18, For the red sections R05, R35, R37. On the lion I used YR24, YR27 for his maine and his tail, for his body I used E11 and E13.
For the pot I used C4, C7 and for the wooden part of the crest I used E11, E13, and E15.

I ran the image through my Sizzix Big Shot using My Favorite Things Pierced Square Stax,  I also ran a piece of Kaisercraft yellow card stock through with the next size up die.

I cut some layers of patterned papers from American Crafts Autumn Crisp patterned papers on my Cutterpillar Pro, I then layered them all onto another mat of the Kaisercraft yellow cardstock.

I adhered all the layers together using Scotch 3M ATG, this is my go to tape runner adhesive. I am actually part of an ATG Tape Club, they send me a package once a month with normally 6 rolls, you can do smaller subscriptions or bigger ones, but this suits me. Some months I end up with leftover rolls and they all go in a draw, other times I use them all.

Once I had all my layers adhered together I added the sentiments that I printed out, I bannered the ends of them using EK Success Cutterbee Scissors then adhered them to the front of the card using American Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive which is my go to liquid adhesive.

When I was done, I used a Twiddleybitz Card Base and adhered all my layers using my ATG, I also used some of the leftovers to decorate the inside of my card.

I hope you have enjoyed my post today, if you have any questions feel free to send me a message or contact me via facebook (all links can be found below).

Thanks for stopping by, Deni

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