Unicorns Are Magical Creatures That Make You Smile!
Hi Everyone! I'm so glad that you could join me today to see some of the dies from Dies R Us! I'm excited to share with you a lovely little card that I hope inspires some happiness and brings a bit of joy into your day. With all that we have going on around us, it's extremely important to see the good in things and smile often.
Let's Get Jiggy With It!
Now, place the white die cut face down and insert the rainbow negative pieces into their allocated spots. This will now make it easier to tape up if you don't have to flip over the piece. As you go begin to tape your pieces in place so they do move.
Once cut out, adhere the Unicorn Head to the black cut out with double sided tape.
Use liquid tape on the areas that didn't have double sided tape to make it stay down.
Moving on to the Background of the card. I die cut white cardstock using Lawn Fawn's Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Stackables and then used Distress Oxide (Tumbled Glass) to add color to it since I did not have the exact color I wanted in my stash.
Make clouds for the background using iridescent mylar paper with the Lawn Fawn's Puffy Cloud Border Dies. Die cut white cardstock as well to allow the iridescence to show off better. Using small glue dots down the center of each cloud piece, adhered the white card stock to the iridescent mylar.
Attached the blue background to the A2 card base using double sided foam.
Using more of the double sided foam attach the unicorn piece to the center and 1/2" from the top of the card.
Here is what the final piece will look like!
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