It’s been a while since I colored up an Oddball…
Hi All! You know I love my Oddballs from Stamping Bella. Apple Cider Oddball is no exception. She’s all bundled up for Fall toting her apples and cider. I bet that jug has hard cider in it! When I was a kid, my parents would buy locally made cider and keep it outside. Being unpasteurized, eventually it would get” fizzy”. Oh how I loved that “fizzy” cider. Maybe that is where my love of sparkling wine comes from. LOL! Now, on with the show and tell…
I used a patterned paper with a lighter shade of sage to balance out the darker sage scarf.
If I had to pick a favorite part of this card it would be the fall leaves in her hair. I used a color combo for copper and they just turned out perfectly.
- Hair: C9, C7, C5, B41
- Leaves in Hair: E37, E08, E97
- Berries, Apples, Jacket: R59, R46, R35
- Skulls: BV20
- Scarf: BG99, BG96, BG93
- Stockings: BG99, BG93
- Basket: E35, E33, E31
- Jug: E44, E43, E42, E41, E409, E84
- Apple Leaves: YG67, YG63, YG61
- Skin: E11, E21, E51, R11
- Boots: W7, W5, W3
- Ground: T6, T5, T4
- Card base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
- Gingham layer cut with rectangle layering die, adhered with tape runne
- Long rectangles cut from word windows with both base paper and Kraft paper, cheers cut from kraft, pieces adhered together and to card with tape runner
- Image stamped on Hammermill, colored with various copic markers, cut with rectangle layering die, adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
- White gel pen added for highlights
- Envelope embellished with matching paper and 6 inch double side adhesive
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