Hi! Thanks for stopping by to look at the card I made for the latest challenge at the Kraftin’ Kimmie blog!
This time, the Krafty Girls challenged us to make a card with ONE layer…and it was definitely a challenge for me! I am sooooooo used to making multiple layer cards and using patterned paper, but I’m glad I challenged myself and made this card!
Normally, I pick my paper and then color the image to match, but I had to go about things differently this time! (You wouldn’t believe the number of tries I threw away before settling on this one. My biggest mistake was trying to use thinner card stock.)
Here’s my card:
|Supplies: image stamp (Kraftin’ Kimmie – Gabrielle); white cardstock (PaperTrey Ink), border punch (EK Success/Martha Stewart), twine, pink cardstock, Copic markers (hair – E21, E23, E25, E27, E29; skin – E000, E00, E02, E21, R02; dress – R20, R21, R22, R24, R27, R29; shoes – E29; shadows – W0, W1, W2, W4; other – E13 (tea), opaque white).
It really is one layer…I border punched the bottom of the card front! (The strip of pink that you see is on the inside.) I don’t know if the twine counts as an additional layer, but it’s easy to slip it off if I need to. I just tied it around the front.
Thanks again for stopping by! All of the details for this Kraftin’ Kimmie challenge can be found HERE