Up Up and Away

My daughter had a dental appointment to get a tooth pulled and someone had to stay there the whole time because of the anesthesia they were using.  I took this opportunity to stamp some images from the My Favorite Things Up in the Air stamp set.  While I was waiting, I colored the images with Copic Markers which made the time pass quickly.

Here is the card I created with a couple of the colored images after cutting them out with my Brother Scan n Cut 2.

Up Up and Away

You’re Going Places

Up Up and Away Card Recipe

I don’t remember exactly when I came up with the idea, but I know this is one time the outcome was as I pictured it.  Using a stitched die from Lil Inkers I cut a circle in a piece of 4 x 5 1/4 card stock.  A cloud embossing folder was used to emboss the same piece of card stock.  My Favorite Things cloud stencil and Tim Holtz Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink and a sponge dauber created the layer beneath the first piece of card stock.  The piece of card stock with the inked clouds was slightly larger than the embossed layer so the clouds would appear around the edges of the card.  The balloon and kitty are from the Up in the Air set from My Favorite Things.  Foam tape popped up the balloon and the kitty.  The stitched tag is also from My Favorite Things as is the sentiment.  Edges of the tag were inked with the Salty Ocean Ink.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Tune in next time for another paper project.  Have a great day and enjoy the journey and some chocolate.

I did a youtube live video showing how I made this card.  Unfortunately the resolution on the video is horrible, but I will include it just in case you want to see a very high level version of how I made this card.  I blame my husband because he is the one who insists we live in the country.  LOL

April

Luke 9:  16   Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke them. Then he gave them to the disciples to distribute to the people.


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