Thankfully my index cards don't take much time (usually) and this is a slow card making time of year.
I am in the middle of week 3 and, for the most part, not disliking any of the prompts.
I have five cards to share with you today.
Day 11: Tetrahedron (I had to google that one....it is a 3 sided pyramid)
The pyramid and camel were colored with alcohol inks, the sand is Inktense pencils and the sky is Pan Pastels.
Day 12: Wings
The dragonfly body was painted with Inktense pencils, the wings were drawn with fine line Sharpie and then painted with Iridescent Blue Twinkling H2Os.
Day 14: Leaves
So I picked up a new embossing folder a few days ago and then get this prompt of 'leaves'. Seemed like fate to me. :-)
I created the background by rubbing Distress Inks (scattered straw, bundled sage and pine needles) on foil then spritzing heavily with water. I then laid my card into the puddles to create the light yellow/green mottling. Once dry I debossed the card using Darice's Trop Leaf Background folder. I then rubbed Distress Black Soot over top.
I stamped the leaf (EK Success Nostalgiques Botanicals set) with Distress Black Soot and colored it with alcohol markers.
Day 16: Rainbow
I read rainbow and immediately Rainbow Brite jumped into my head. I'm not sure why. I have never watched Rainbow Brite. I remember seeing her all over the place in the 80s but being an adult at that time and not having kids I'm not sure why she popped up this week. But here she is. Gotta love those moon boots! lol
Her skin was colored with alcohol markers. Everything else was Inktense pencils.
Day 17: Sprout
And sticking with the animated character theme (lol) we have Green Giant's lil Sprout.
He was colored entirely with Prismacolor pencils.
I am current with my Index Card a Day challenge (today is day 17) and had a few minutes here and there so I got a jump on birthday cards.
Here is this years card for my nephew. I love it, I think he will too.
This is from SVG Cuts and is the Side of Fries box card from the Pit Stop box card set.
This was the easiest box card I have ever made. I think from start to finish was less than 30 minutes!
Don't they look real? They do in person too!
I made a card for my sister too but forgot to photograph it so I will try to remember to do that for next week.
Until then, Happy Crafting!