Monday, February 13, 2012

Almost forgot! Little Red Wagon #119 - Cupid's Arrow

For the Cupid's Arrow Challenge at little red wagon, you don't necessarily have to go with a Valentine theme, but you do have to include arrows in your design. I went with both:
Supplies: papers from Basic Grey "Hopscotch;"
Fluffles & his gal from Stampendous; stamped with Palette Noir ink;
coloured with Prismacolor pencils;
Fun Flock (Cotton Ball) from Stampendous;
sentiment from Inkadinkado; stamped with versamark &
Tumbled Glass distress ink; embossed with clear EP;
Mod Podge Dimensional Magic (on bows & eyes)

Fuzzy! Shiny! Poppy-uppy!
I love adding texture - especially when it can be done with lightweight touches like flock & glaze. And what's not to like about being able to pet your card? lol


Emily Keaton said...

Poppy-uppy? Why, of course!! Jessi, you kill me (in a good way of course!!). I always go away from your blog with a smile on my face. Fluffles is especially cute here! Totally sweet. :)

Tammy said...

Sweet! Way to go fitting in a love theme with the arrows!
Thanks for playing with us at LRW!

Jen W. said...

I didn't know Fluffles had a girlfriend! Twice the Fluffles fun!
Love the flock but now have a disturbing image of you sitting around petting and talking to your card, "There, there, my pretties!"

walchowDesign said...

Such a cute pair of Fluffles, Jessi! Love the sentiment!

Anonymous said...

Super cute! That's the perfect sentiment for this image,Love it!

Ulina / Apricot Bubbles said...

Adding texture is a great idea! I always forget about that. Thanks for the inspiration!

Annette Allen said...

This card is so adorable...I love those little cats...

Sarah-R said...

This card is adorable! I love Fluffles!
thanks so much for your visit to my blog - and your comment!

Jocelyn Olson said...

Awww...they are so cute! The flocking looks great...I never think to do that, but it's always neat to see. I am totally loving the fussy cut border strip. It looks really cool!