I wanted to share a simple card I made for the daughter of a fellow crafter. This is for a girl who is my daughter's age who broke her arm while roller-blading-- YIKES!
All cuts were made on my Expression machine. The figure was cut at 5-1/2" from All Sports. I cut two so that I would have an extra leg to pop up 1/8". I wanted her to wear the kinds of shorts my daughter likes to run in; they are form-fitting spandex on the bottom with a loose-fitting, mesh fabric over the top. I used a rubber stamp to create the mesh design and hand-cut the over-shorts.
I used ink and a microfine pen to add shading and details. I hand-cut a little ear and some extra locks of hair. I cut a strip of pale lavender paper to create a cast.
I added white paint to the top edges of her head and ponytail to help pull it away from the black text behind her.
The "Get Better" text is from Wild Card, cut at 9-1/4". The "Record Pace" text is from All Sports, cut at 6" (fit-to-length 5"). The "@" symbol was cut from Wild Card at 2". I popped up "Get Better" 1/8". The figure is popped up over the text at 3/8". All other elements were adhered flush to the paper.
The inside sentiment was printed on my computer using Microsoft Leelawadee at 20 point.
The card finished at 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" and fit into a 6"x9" padded envelope for mailing.
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