Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Hats off to you

I found this template at a site called Karlum.com...unfortunately, the page no longer exists.  Glad that I printed two copies since I used one to make the shape of the card and the other to cut up into segments to add texture and/or different papers.  I used my cuttlebug on the top half.  I used pearlescent papers so that the skin looks natural.  I tried to add a little depth with copic and pro markers.  I used pearl gems for the necklace and a stamp for the sentiment. 
  I'd like to join the following challenges:
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  1. This is so beautifully designed. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck.
    {Tammy’s Scrapin Corner DT Member}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  2. Wow, I love the hat, this is really unique.
    your hat is adorable.

    Thank you for allowing us to see your talent.
    I am so thrilled to have you in our challenge this week.
    Please come back next week.
    Tammy Ortiz
    Founder of
    Tammy Scrapin Corner

  3. What a wonderful shaped card. Really original! Love the feathers and pearls.

    Thanks for joining us as Tammy's Scrapin Corner this week. Hope to see you again next week. DT Crafting Vicky

  4. Wow, very creative, and I love the feathers. Thanks for joining us this week for Anything Goes.
    Karal DT for Tammy's Scrapin Corner

  5. A great sentiment, and fabulous embellishments. Thanks so much for joinin us at Artistic Inspirations this week, Judith xx

  6. Oh wow! Now that's one creative piece of artwork! Love the pearls and the feathers you added! Thanks for joining us this week at Love to Create!!

  7. This is so great!!! So unique!! I LOVE it!! Fantastic work!! Thank you for playing along with us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner!!! Good luck!! I hope to see you again next week!!!

    - Susan, DT @ Tammy's Scrapin Corner

  8. Fabulous card and very feminine. I hope you don't mind me shairng with you that there is a page on my website that shows you how to make this style of card ... http://www.card-making-magic.com/redhatcard.html


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