Friday, August 5, 2011

Peachy Keen LFIF Challenge #21 Shape Cards

This challenge was a lot of fun!  Not only did I get to spend some quality crafting time with the Peachy Queen, Kathy J, but I finally used an Action Wobble Spring (thanks Ruthie!) with my little punch art elephant.  These things are so fun!  I also got to use a face set that I never used before.  It's called PK-740 Baby Animal Faces in 3" size.  It worked perfectly for my little baby elephant!

The challenge was to create a shape card.  The ladies really created some awesome cards!  Check them out at the challenge site HERE. Play along on the challenge for a chance to win a fabulous prize!

The step by step instructions and a brief video of the action wobble spring in action is below.

Instructions:
*this project uses all Stampin' Up! paper punches

Punch the following pieces for the elephant:
(3) Ornaments in Baja Breeze - EARS & FEET
(1) Extra Large Oval in Baja Breeze - HEAD
(1) 2-1/2" Circle in Baja Breeze - BODY
(1) Blossom Petals (large petal) in Baja Breeze - TRUNK

Stamp the elephant face from PK-740 Baby Animal Faces in 3" size with black ink pad.  Color in whites of eyes with uni-ball signo gel pen.  Stipple or sponge rose ink onto cheeks.  Color in mouth with black zig pen. 

Trim the Blossoms Petal punch as shown to create the trunk piece.  Cut one ornament in half (vertically) and round out ends to create feet.  Sponge edges of all pieces with Baja Breeze ink. Color toes with Basic Gray marker and outline with black zig pen.  Draw details onto trunk.  Glue ears onto back of head.  Attach trunk with dimensional.  Set pieces aside.

Card Assembly:
For basic instructions on how to create an easel shape card using a Sizzix or Spellbinders die, please check out this project HERE  

I used the following supplies for my card:
Action Wobble Spring
Spellbinders Grand Calibur Nestabilities die
Tim Hotlz Bricked embossing folder
Sizzix Striped embossing folder
Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Baja Breeze and Cherry Cobbler card stock
Striped designer paper
Scallop Circle, Decorative Label, Heart to Heart and Modern Label punches
Early Espresso ink
White satin ribbon
A Word For You greeting stamp set

After assembling card front, attach elephant body, then embossed brick layer.  Attach feet with dimensionals and head with Action Wobble Spring.  Below is a video of what the Action Wobble Spring does.  They are back in stock at Peachy Keen!  Order them HERE.

21 comments:

Glora said...

He is amazing! Your cute cards have inspired me to make a shaped easel card. It is already designed in my Gypsy and I hope to get it done soon. Beautiful job and thanks for the inspiration. Hugs- Glora

Megan said...

I absolutely love your card. It is so freaking cute!

Viv said...

Kim...this is THE most A-mazing card I've clapped eyes on in AGES!!! I LOVE it!! xxx

Jamie said...

So super cute!! I love everything about it! I might have missed it, but I'd like to know where you got the sentiment from. Thanks.

Jamie
Https://oohlalapaperie.blogspot.com
Oohlalapaperie at gmail dot com

Andrea said...

Hi Kim,
I love your elephant card. Its so clever. thanks for sharing your work.

Sherrie K. said...

Totally lovin' this card...the cutest elepgant ever!! The wobble makes this so fun:) TFS!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

joeygirl86 said...

kim this is ADROABLE!! You always make super cute cards! :)

Whimcees said...

Hello!

This is so wonderful! I love the elephant card! Thank you for the tutorial and video!

Wishing you a great weekend!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Patti said...

So, so cute. He'd be wonderful even if his head didn't wobble; the wobble makes it just perfect.

Vicky said...

I absolutely love it!!!!

Thanks so very much for sharing!

Vicky

Mary Talbott said...

I Love this! Would love to buy instructions for animals for every face in this set!

Kim Score said...

Hey Mary, I will most likely use all of the faces in this set eventually. I have an upcoming project using the giraffe face in this set as well.

Merry said...

Too cute....

Kerri D said...

OMG that is the cutest little elephant! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! You blow my mind with your creativity!

Miss Giebel said...

Kim, your card is fantastic! I adore the little elephant, he's darling!!

CraftsManda said...

I love this card! Your elephant is the cutest ever! And how fun to use an Action Wobble. Aren't those the best!? Darling, darling work!!

Ellen said...

Adorable card! How stinkin' cute is this! Thanks for sharing!

cheryl miller said...

How cute. My question is where do you buy the springs and what do they look like? I also want to purchase face stamps but never know what size to buy, I get confused when I look at them all. What would you say is the most used set you use, maybe I can go from there. Thanks Kim,I just love your site and check it out quite often

Kim Score said...

Cheryl, please see my post about action wobble springs here:
http://www.paperpunchaddiction.com/2011/08/action-wobblers.html

Please see my post about recommended PKS faces here:
http://www.paperpunchaddiction.com/2011/04/peachy-keen-stamps-tax-day-sale.html

Anonymous said...

the link in your post to easel cards is broken. Please can you direct me to the post referred to?

Anonymous said...

I have to tell you that I am fairly new to your blog. And...I just love it. Thank so much for sharing all you talents with us. I especially love your free tutorials.

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