Hello Ladybug

Stampin Up Hello Ladybug

Happy February!  Just think.  Winter is almost over and spring will be here soon!  There is nothing better than sunshine and warmth after a cold winter.  When we lived in Northern New York there were only two seasons:  Winter and July.  Nashville actually has four seasons which is wonderful.

I made this card using the Hello Ladybug stamp set and the Ladybug Builder Punch.  This is such a sweet set.  It has two different ladybugs, some flowers, a big  leaf and some cute sentiments.  The punch cuts out one of the ladybugs and the wings separately.

To make this card I first layered a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Tea Boutique Designer Series Paper on a Basic White card base.  This DSP is 6″ x 6″ and is in the Annual Catalog. Next, I punched out the body of the Ladybug in Basic Black card stock.  I stamped the dots on a piece of Real Red card stock and punched them out using the punch.   I adhered the wings to the body using Dimensioanls.

Next, I stamped the leaves using Parakeet Party ink on a 2.75″ x 4″ piece of Basic White card stock.  The leaves overlap onto each other but the ladybugs hide it.   I stamped the flowers on Basic White card stock in Daffodil Delight ink first and then colored the edges of the stamp using a Sweet Sorbet Marker.  Then I cut them out by hand (don’t look too closely!).  I layered that on a 3″ x 4.25″ piece of Parakeet Party card stock and onto the card base.  Lastly, I stamped the sentiment in Basic Black ink and cut it out using the Layering Circle Dies and adhered it using a Dimensional.

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