Sunday, February 23, 2014

Sunshine Bendi Card

Hello crafty friends,
So glad you dropped by today. Boy this has been a last crazy week and a half. I have been struggling with lots of computer issues. I am glad to say that I have at least regained use of my blog writing software and that I can now concentrate on some other issues and then get past those too Smile  Today I wanted to share a card I made for the Pazzles DT. The challenge on the Pazzles craft room this month is to create a Bendi Fold card. Here’s my take on this super fun card.


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Here is a look at my finished card. It was created with papers from the DCWV Baby Boy Stack and the DCWV Cotton Bloom Stack as well as some cardstock. I started by using the Pazzles small Bendi Fold Card Base. I took one of the “arms” and substituted it for the dog and fence file. I also made the top of the other “arm” layer wavy.

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Here is a closer look at the pretty little sun. I was speaking with my Sister in law a while back and they recently moved out of state and she said to me…send some sunshine our way….so that is why I went with this theme. So “T” this is for you Smile The sun is made from patterned papers in the DCWV Cotton Bloom Stack.  I just made the eyes and the now in the file bigger and drew my mouth on with a fine tip pen.

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I then used the tree file from the craft room and cut it out of some dcwv paper in the baby boy stack. I added a few tiny butterflies from my MS punch that was quickly and easily accessible. I cut out some clouds from the rainbow and clouds craft room file and inked the edges with some crystal blue ink from the Whimsy Ink Pad Set.


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Here is a closer look at the fence. I created it by using the dog and fence craft room file instead of the base cut that came in the small base bendi file.

I wanted to use some of that popular “wood” looking patterned paper, but I didn’t have any that suited the cut well so I used some diaper paper from the DCWV baby boy stack….YEP that’s right….DIAPER PAPER. That is what gave it that great “wood” painted with lines kind of look.
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Here’s a shot showing you the cuts from the diaper paper. Of course I will save the rest for another project, but I hope this will inspire you to look at your paper differently.

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Here is a view of the card opened. There was a great open spot that I was able to put my sentiment on. I could have really gone wild decorating this card. But I purposely wanted to keep it really clean and simple.


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Here is a closer look at my sentiment. One of the wonderful things about the Pazzles Inspiration software is that it allows you to print right from the program. This is a great design tool-feature in that you know exactly what size to make your sentiments, etc.

Products Used For This Project
pazzle1
Pazzles Inspiration
dcwv baby boy stack-v13-200
DCWV Baby Boy Stack
dcwv Cotton Bloom Stack-200

whimsy ink pad
Whimsy Ink Pad Set
Z1767-chalk marker
basic 10

micron black pen 001
Micron Fine Tip Pen
1514-tombow adhesive
Tombow Adhesive
Z553-chisel tip glue pen
Fine Tip Glue Pen

Z1151-foam tape
Foam Tape
18283036hr
MS Butterfly Punch

Additional Products Used
White, Pink and Cream Cardstock

I hope you will give the “bendi fold” cards a try. There is still plenty of time to enter the challenge over at the craft roomDon’t forget to pop back by tomorrow as I share some more fun, crafty inspiration Smile Until then,
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4 comments:

Stephanie said...

Your card is beautiful!!!

Linda Simpson said...

This is fabulous!
Hugs
Linda xxx

Cheremane said...

This really is asdorable xx

Suzi said...

Saw your card on DCWV. Way cool!