Card with Ula don’t listen

Hello everyone.
It’s that time of the month when I’m sharing a new project for Polkadoodles. This time I’ve made a card with the stamp called Ula don’t listen.

I started by coloring the stamp with Copic sketch. I wanted to do some fun, so I colored her hair with some blues, instead of regular hair colors. Then to not draw the attention from the hair I made her dress in warm grays. I am really fond of her hair came out.

Next, I stamped around her with one of the stamps from the vintage text set. I really love text stamps, so this is really stamps I categorize some favorites. Now, it was time to add some paper to my card, so I chose one from the Butterfly Daisy collection. I ripped out a whole in it, so that Ula would be seen in it. The edges of the hole I chalked with distress ink before I attached Ula to the paper.

I wanted to add some texture to the card, so I applied blue acrylic paste through the accent stencil beside Ula. Next, I die-cut out the delicate daisy border in blue paper and attached beside Ula on the other side. I also die-cut out daisies from the delicate daisy cluster in purple and adhered over some of the daisies in the border.

Finally, I stamped a sentiment from the Ula stamp set on a purple paper and embossed with white embossing powder. I then die-cut it out with a circle, but die-cut it out as a half circle. I chalked the edges with distress ink before I attached it to the card. Then I just fastened it all to a white card base.

I am very pleased with the result, or what do you think?

Polkadoodles products used in this project

Ula don’t listen – stamp set
Accent stencil
Vintage text – clear stamp set
Butterfly daisy – paper pack
Delicate Daisy cluster – cutting die
Delicate Daisy border – cutting die

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