Roni at Inkstains with Roni generously shared the template that I used to make the card base. I cut out separate panels for the front since I wanted to pull prints as well as emboss one panel. I used the grunge technique to pull the prints for the panels. Then I stenciled with a Plaid stencil I bought at a thrift store the outer space images on one panel. The only reason I bought the stencil is it was packaged with a stencil I wanted. Then I glued some star gems that I have had for a few years.
The other panel I embossed with a Teresa Collins embossing folder. After it was embossed I sanded revealing the white card stock.
The cording is glued between the card base and the panels.
The sun is from the stencil I used on the front. I masked off the rest of the stencil with painters tape. I stenciled with acrylic paints and a cosmetic sponge.
The cupcake is from a Birthday stamp set which I had bought at a thrift store and forgotten about. It is stamped with teal blue Stazon ink on a piece of plastic. Then cut out by hand and painted on the back side.
The sentiments were printed on clear tape with black using my label maker. I was going to use silver with gold but decided that I liked the clear better.
Dr. Who on the center panel is a print and cut which was then transferred onto canvas using Creative Medium. I found the image online and then had to make changes in PhotoShop Elements so that I could cut around him using my Cameo. I don't know if I didn't have the image adhered tight enough to the canvas or if because I printed on card stock instead of copy paper that I didn't get a clear image. Anyway he lost some of his outfit when I rubbed the backing off. I used Dimensional Magic for his sun glasses and defined them more using a gel pen for the frame. The Tardis was printed on copy paper. The ribbon and bow is painted with dimensional paint.
Before rubbing the backing off of the Dr. Who image I dabbed on with a sponge brush Folk Art Metallic Sapphire Blue and Aqua paint on the canvas.
The balloons were a free Silhouette cutting file. Because it would be too much work to cut the white out in between the strings I cut the strings off and glued crotchet thread for strings. Then tied them together with scrapper floss. I used Dimensional Magic on the balloons. When they were dried I pop dotted the balloons section.
I left room on the panel with the cupcake to write a personal message.I hope he likes his Dr. Who birthday card. If not at least I had fun making it for him.
Do you or someone you know have a favorite television show which it would be fun to make a card using it as a theme?
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