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I worked with the fun Cooper Alphabet, part of Laina Lamb Designs, for my project today, and I have three treasures to share with you.
I'll start with this fun pirate themed birthday card. Isn't it perfect for a young boy?!?
I started with a Sweet Tooth card base then used the Blueprints 6 Die-namics to cut out the Brick Red base layer.
I used the Fishtail Banners Die-namics to cut out the four Kraft flags then stamped 'ahoy' using the Cooper Alphabet and Black Licorice Premium Dye Ink.
Next I stamped Pure Innocence Pirate Boy with Memento Tuxedo Black onto X-Press It Blending Card and coloured him with copic markers. I fussy cut around him because I knew I wanted to place him on a Steel Grey background. I used the Blueprints 6 Die-namics to cut out the Steel Grey rectangle, along with the Kraft and Sno Cone flags. I wanted to add some pattern to the Steel Grey panel so I reached for the Plaid Builder Background and Steel Blue Premium Dye Ink. I'm really loving the Plaid Builder Background...really! I finished the front of the card by stitching the circle flag in place and topping it with a Brick Red button tied with Hemp Cord.
On the inside I used the Plaid Builder Background again, stamped with Kraft Premium Dye Ink, along the bottom of the Kraft panel. I stamped a sentiment from Pure Innocence Pirate Boy onto the Sno Cone flag and stamped the skull onto the Brick Red circle for just a little more pirate detail.
Next I have a fun Halloween treat bag.
I used the Paper Bag Treat Box Die-namics to cut out the Steel Grey pieces for my treat bag. You'll need to cut out two pieces in order to assemble the treat bag and there's a Paper Bag Treat Box How-To Video on the MFT Blog.
I used the Paper Bag Peek-a-Boos Die-namics to cut out the spider web before I assembled the bag. I backed the opening with Fuse Green card stock and added a black spider web line with a copic multiliner. I covered the spider with black Stickles for little sparkle. I used the Cooper Alphabet to add the word 'eeks' with Black Licorice Premium Dye Ink (also before I assembled the bag).
My last project is a pretty floral card that incorporates the Cooper Alphabet for the sentiment. This alphabet is really versatile with so many different styles.
I started with a Sweet Tooth card base then added layers of Kraft and Steel Grey. I used the Plaid Builder Background again, with Steel Blue Premium Dye Ink, to add the stripes to the background.
I used the Splendid Sunflower Die-namics to cut out the Smooth White flower and the Sour Apple leaves. Then I stamped the flower and leaves from Splendid Sunflower with Lemon Drop Premium Dye Ink, Kraft Premium Dye Ink, Hot Fudge Premium Dye Ink, and Gumdrop Green Premium Dye Ink. I popped the flower on foam tape for dimension.
Along the bottom of the card I added a strip of Sno Cone for the sentiment, which I stamped using the Cooper Alphabet and Black Licorice Premium Dye Ink. I used the scallop element from Blueprints 6 Die-namics to cut out the Kraft scallop.
On the inside I simply stamped another sunflower, allowing it to bleed off the edge of the card stock.
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Here are the supplies I used for the Ahoy card:
Here are the supplies I used for the Eeks treat bag:
Here are the supplies I used for the Hi card:
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