Hey there friends, Katie here today with a fun card featuring Tim Holtz Colorize dies. This card was super fun to make, these dies are amazing! I love how the dies give you instructions on the back letting you know what color to use so you know which piece it is. Anyhoo, here is my card:
First, I gathered all the cardstock shades I wanted to use for this card. Then I die cut the different pieces. For the white, I used an opaque vellum as my second white. I used some Mustard Distress ink to color the belly because that is what penguins are like in nature.
I mounted all these layers together, loving how they fit together. You don’t have to use the package if you don’t want to, I obviously didn’t. Then I used the Gina K stencil with a some Lilac Distress ink on a white base.
Then I used a sentiment form the Catherine Pooler stamped directly on the base. I didn’t show this here, but I cut one layer of the scarf in purple and used the snowflake cut outs as snowflakes on my card, mounted with glue dots.
Lastly, I mounted my penguin using foam tape. It is really a pretty simple card, you just have to put all the various pieces together.
I hope you enjoyed this card. Thank you so much for visiting today!Author: Katie Brooks
Adhesives: 3L - Scrapbook Adhesives - Crafty Foam Tape - White, 13 ft, Scrappy Tape, ¼ inch, Glue Dots
Stamps: Catherine Pooler Bunny Slopes
Dies: Tim Holtz Colorize Eugene
Ink Pad: Momento Black, Distress Oxide Mustard, Distress Oxide Shaded Lilac
Stencil: Gina K Stellar Snowflake
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