Tuesday, March 6, 2012

"Try It Different" Tuesday: Bouquet Chicken

In recent Tuesday posts, I've shown how using different color palettes can make your projects turn out looking completely distinct from each other. Another way to do this is by changing the shape of your image panel.

Take our 3504K Bouquet Chicken, for example:


Trudy Sjolander used it to create this gorgeous card:


The dimensional flowers are such a fun embellishment, and I love how True accented the stamped image with Glossy Accents layered over glitter:


I'll bet you noticed the portions popped up with foam tape, too, right? The inside of her card is beautifully finished, as well:


Now check out her second project, where the chicken is colored exactly the same:


True made it for a challenge that asked participants to trim around the edge of an image on the front of the card so that part of the inside shows. Here's a close-up view of the details:


Wow, you can see how her 3 1/2" x 5" gift enclosure card turned out so unique, just by free-form edge rather than a rectangular image panel.

Thanks so much to True for sharing her awesome cards and this fun idea. Hope you're inspired to give it a try!

2 comments:

brazilian women for marriage said...

Wow it so cute. A chicken with a hat.

True :) said...

Thanks for sharing my projects on your blog Jackie!
I LOVE playing with Inky's adorable images! :)

Hugs,
True :D