I have been waiting since OnStage for This Little Piggy set. I have had it for a couple of days and have made probably a card a day with it! These little guys are just so cute 🙂
My Color for today are:
I know the Pink Tourette doesn’t quite look right with Basic Black and Crushed Curry, but what choice did I have for a cute little pig ? HaHa!!!
Doesn’t that cute face on the piggy bring a smile to you? All of the pigs in the set are this cute! The Pick a Pattern DSP helps the young and happy feeling of the card I do believe. It is so eclectic that it is a perfect background for the cute little focal point. This DSP is a sleeper in a way. At first glance it has more child-like designs but when you look at the other side of the paper, at least for me, it was a “WOW” .
There are extra layers to this card, but that could be narrowed down if you didn’t want it to me as heavy. I wanted this to be a really nice card and added the extra background layers to help make it pop.
- I started with a base of Thick Whisper White
- The Basic Black layer is 5 3/8 X 4 1/8
- The Whisper White layer is 5 1/4 X 4
- The DSP layer equals between the two pieces a width of 3 7/8 X 5 1/8
- The piglet is stamped on Whisper White with Tuxedo Black Memento ink and colored with Pink Pirouette marker
- The grass is done with the Old Olive marker
- The balloon is stamped in Crushed Curry ink on Whisper White and punched with the Balloon Bouquet punch
- The edge of the balloon is shaded (it doesn’t show well in the picture) by dragging the Basic Black marker around the outside of the ballon. It sort of mimics the circles in the DSP.
- The bow on the balloon is Black and White Baker’s Twine.
I will definitely be posting more Little Piggy cards in the coming weeks. Thank you for stopping by today. I very much appreciate your comments.
The supplies I used are listed below: You can click on any item and be taken directly to my On Line Store.