Birdie Cherub by Kathi F. Rerek

  1. Using Tuxedo Black ink, stamp Birdie Cherub onto white cardstock and onto thin paper.
  2. Color Cherub.
  3. Fussy-cut the cherub stamped onto thin paper and adhere overtop the colored image using temporary adhesive.
  4. Airbrush the background sky using B21 and RV00 markers. 
  5. Lift the mask and remove the adhesive completely.
  6. Use the Spectrum Noir™ Sparkle pen to add shimmer to the snow.
  7. Die-cut the image panel and the gold glitter paper using a set of dies from the fitted Frames B Die Cut Set.
  8. Mat the image panel with the gold glitter die-cut and set aside.
  9. Cut a piece of Winter Lake cardstock in half. 
  10. Fold and score one side to form a 6x6 card.
  11. Using VersaMark ink, stamp Winter Blizzard onto the other piece of Winter Lake cardstock, add Gold Tinsel embossing powder, dump off the excess, then heat set.
  12. Trim this panel to 5 5/8" square.
  13. Cut a piece of gold glitter paper to 5.75", mat the embossed blue cardstock, then adhere to the 6x6 card.
  14. Using VersaMark ink, stamp the sentiment onto a scrap of the Winter Lake paper, add Gold Tinsel embossing powder, dump off the excess, then heat set.
  15. Die-cut the sentiment then mat with gold glitter paper cut slightly larger.
  16. Adhere the Birdie Cherub die-cut to the embossed blue cardstock, then adhere the sentiment to finish the card.
Print Project

Also uses these supplies:

TP102 Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder

Copic Markers:

 Skin: E50, BG0000, BV0000, E93 R11, R000, R00, R01, BV00

 Hair: E51, E53, W2, YR30, YR31

 Robe: B41, B43, B60

 Wings: Y21, Y23, Y26

 Lamb: E40, E41, C0, C1, C3

 Birdie: E70, E71, E74

 Ground: C00, C0, C1

 Sky: B21, RV00

Copic Airbrush System

Winter Lake cardstock by My Colors Cardstock

Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers

Christmas Glitter Paper by American Crafts

Crystal Clear Spectrum Noir™ Sparkle pen by Crafter's Companion

Label die by Spellbinders
Die Cutting Machine

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