Spotlight Window Birthday

March 08, 2019

Spotlight Window Birthday

Hello! Rachel B. here today with a card featuring the Classified stamp set! This cute little image immediately made me think of this card design because of her flashlight. I thought it would be fun to put her in a window that made it look like her flashlight was causing the spotlight surrounding her.

 

 

I started my card by cutting a top-folding card base from black card stock and then using a circle die to cut a window in the front. I cut a panel from some white card stock using a stitched rectangle die and then adhered the panel inside the card. I used my MISTI to position where I wanted my image to peek through the window and then opened the card and stamped the image inside on the panel. I closed the card back up and then stamped my sentiment in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with white powder.

 

 

All that was left was to color in my image and ground her with a little bit of shadowing. I used my Copics to color her clothes and then used my warm grays to add a tiny shadow below her. I thought it needed a little something else to finish it off, so I found a generic happy birthday stamp in my stash and stamped it below her.

 

Thanks for stopping by today!



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