Thursday, May 19, 2016

Twisting The Night Away

Happy Thursday High Hopes Fans! We're one day closer to Fri-YAY, a night when girlfriends often go out to a night club and let their hair down. Personally, I'm usually in my pj's by 9 p.m. but I used to .... honest I did! <giggle>

I tried a new card layout this week using "Shake Your Booty" and "Don't Stop The Music" from the Spring 2016 Collection new release. Since our girls are twisting the night away, my card base is a Twisted Easel.

Close Up 

This card was kind of hard to take a full shot of but I hope you get the idea.

I started by cutting out the girls and sentiment with the matching SVG files, both 07 & 14 - one for the stamp and one for the background. I coloured them using SN alcohol markers an added silver Wink of Stella for some bling - we know there has to be bling for a night out right!?! 

A screen print provided some music notes which are mounted on paper from Bo Bunny and MME. To complete my idea, I used a clear ball off a piece of jewellery for my Disco light. The girls are popped up on pop dots. 

Card Recipe
Stamps: Shake Your Booty (UU001), SVG File  Don't Stop the Music (HH011) SVG files -  High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Patterned Paper: Altitude Collection and Believe - Bo Bunny, MME
Music - Screen Print, Silver Wink of Stella, Glue Dots for vellum, Pop Dots - Forever In Time, Lavender Gumdrops - YNS

Spectrum Noir Markers: FS1 FS2 TN2 FS8 BP3 HB1 LV1 HB2 BT3 BT4 BT5 CG1 CG2 CT4 BG5 TN3 TN4 TN6 TN7 TN8

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1 comment:

Renae said...

Cute card. I like how the background paper compliments the images.