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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Happy 2nd Birthday Alice

Good Morning all.

So today is my niece's 2nd birthday, where did that time go?  As for all family birthdays i make 2 cards, one from my parents as well, so im sharing both cards today. 



Unicorn Rocker card.  I die cut various circles using spellbinders grand circle dies.  I then cloud embossed 2 layers and inked them up so that the clouds show up.  I then die cut the sun and rainbow from white card and watercoloured them.  I added touches of pink to the unicorn and layered her up on the card with some clouds.  Computer printed 2 today.




Close up, i added glitter to the sun and unicorn.  I was sent the unicorn die cut by a friend. 



Just showing it stood up.  


and below showing the second card i made, I always try to make the 2 completely different, not always easy. 


6x6 cardblank.  I first die cut the fox from orange, white and brown cardstock and made him up.  Die cut trees from silver glitter card and added a shadow with brown cardstock, matted onto pale blue paper, orange and silver glitter card.  A scrap of brusho card die cut into a curve for him to sit on. Computer printed sentiment. 




Just a close up of the fox. 



Items used:
Sizzix fox die
Curved border die
MFT rainbow and sun die set
Cloud die set
Spellbinders grand & fancy circle die sets
Crafters companion cloud embossing folder
Brusho's


Thank you for popping by and all the comments you left recently.  I hope you are having drier weather than we are down here.  Hugs Emma 

18 comments:

  1. Morning Emma two gorgeous cards, love the rocker card bright and cheerful not like outside this morning, gorgeously cute fox die and a really beautiful scene.
    Have a nice weekend
    Hugs Babs x

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  2. Hi Emma, two gorgeous cards for Alice, both fab designs and colours. Yes, where did that time go. Hugs Kathy xx

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  3. Love the magical rainbow unicorn rocker ... so sweet ... but I also adore the fox in her setting and the brusho scrap too ... Steph x

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  4. Two stunning cards Emma, such a beautiful designs, love the brushos effect.

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  5. I bet Alice was thrilled with her cards. If I had to pick one, my favourite has to be the unicorn ! A question...how did you know the unicorn was female and the fox male? I don't know how you keep coming up with such unique cards, stunners both of them!
    Pam x

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    1. haha Pam, well growing up on a farm you learn from a young age to tell the difference between and male and a female:-) lol Thanks for stopping by. Emma x

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  6. Two gorgeous cards! I'm sure Alice will be thrilled with them!

    Hugs, Kathleen

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  7. What beautiful creations Emma :-)

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  8. two stunning cards Emma think the unicorn one is my favourite
    katex

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  9. Two more wonderful cards as always.....Look out for the postie,sorry it's early but I'm off on my hols!! Jacqui x

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  10. Two fabulous cards, hard to believe she is two already! I'm sure she will love them xxx

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  11. Two Gorgeous cards...Cant believe where that time went!!!..Not sure which is my fav...cute fox!...and fabulous colours on the Unicorn card...marilynh.x

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  12. Two fantastic cards, I especially like the first one so bright and cheerful.

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  13. Two Beautiful cards for Alice...see what you mean about the unicorn one.....two minds that think alike!!!....love the cute foxy one too....Joolsx

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  14. These are fabulous cards, love the vibrant colours of the rainbow & cute fox - great designs.

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  15. Two stunning cards, I bet Alice was thrilled. I love Mr Fox and will have to try and see if I can find that die as I have a birthday card required soon for an avid fox lover and he is perfect. Thank you for listing all the items used. Kirsty. x

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