Unicorn Ring

Unicorn Ring

A fun NEW image from All Dressed Up!


It is that time again, All Dressed Up has some new images for you! I was had the privilege of coloring up Unicorn Ring, a cute summery image. I hope you enjoy my SQUARE card, now open with the show and tell…


I am loving all the fun summery images from All Dressed Up. Since I have done several images with a floatie ( Duck Swim and Unicorn Swim ) I decided to make this one with multi colors and added white gel pen between the colors. Then I added 3D crystal lacquer to the body to make it look plastic.


I generally don’t vary from an A2 card! So square was a little challenge for me. I did this one 4.5 x 4.5. Letting my awesome Whimsy die fit snugly.


Don’t you just LOVE that cute little crabby?!

Copic List:

  • Skin: E11, E21, E51
  • Hair: E35, E34, E31
  • Mane/Tail: G02, G00, G000
  • Bathing Suit/Bows: Y19, Y15, Y02
  • Floatie: G000, B000, V000, YR000, BV000
  • Horn: V01, V000, V0000
  • Crab: R24, R22, R21, B23, B21

Card Details:

  • Card base of Accent Opaque White 120lb cut to 4.5 x 9
  • Cracked Pistachio distress oxide blended onto base paper, cut with inlaid bubble die, outer edge adhered with tape runner, inner square adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
  • Grapsicle layers cut with bubble die, adhered with tape runner
  • Image stamped on Hammermill, colored with various Copic Markers, cut with Scan N Cut, adhered with foam squares
  • 3D crystal lacquer added to body of floatie
  • White gel pen added to eyes
  • Black glaze pen aded to unicorn eye

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Oddball Flamingo!

Oddball Flamingo!

Two of my favorites, Oddballs and Flamingoes.


I do love the Oddballs. I don’t know why, but I just DO! I’ve always loved flamingoes also. But even more now that it is the mascot of the community we live in. For this flamingo I paper pieced, and hot foiled! So, on with the show and tell…


I paper pieced the body of the flamingo, and colored his feet, eyelid and beak with my Copic markers.


For the background I used my new Glimmer club kit for July! I used the teal foil, which (SORRY) photographs nothing what it looks like!


Check out my hot foil plate, I accidentally placed my foil wrong side down. It in NO way affects the plate if you happen to be not paying attention like I did!

Copic List:

  • Eyelid: RV34, RV32, RV11
  • Beak: YR18, YR02, E93
  • Feet and Tip of Beak: T8, T6, T4

Card Details:

  • Card base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
  • Bazzil Black layer cut with nesting rectangle, adhered with tape runner
  • White layer hot foiled with glimmer club kit (July) plate and teal foil and the Glimmer machine, cut with nesting rectangle, adhered with tape runner
  • Black layer cut with nesting rectangle, adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
  • Image stamped on Hammermill and also on patterned paper, portions colored with copic markers, patterned paper version fussy cut and glued down with chisel glue, adhered with tape runner
  • Sentiment stamped on base paper with versafine and heat embossed with clear powder, adhered with tape runner
  • White gel pen used for highlights
  • Fairy Jewels added to upper right corner
  • Envelope embellished with matching paper and 6 inch double side adhesive

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