Saturday, September 29, 2018

Technique Tuesday Countdown Day 1 - Adorable Hedgehog

Good morning! It's already time to start sharing sneak peek projects for the October Release from Technique Tuesday! YAY!!! Make sure and check out the Technique Tuesday Blog to find links to all the Design Team's projects for today!

Today I have a couple of cards to share using the adorable new Henrietta the Hedgehog Set - as usual, I ADORE the new sentiments! Sooo cute!

I did something a bit different for this card - I layered up several layers of colored cardstock using Circles Dies to create a rainbow layered element - because of all the cardstock though, this card is HEAVY! Haha! I added one of the darling sentiments from the set stamped on one of Little Labels Dies, and added some white gel pen detail around the outside edge.

See that dimension? Yeah, there is no foam adhesive behind this! Although I did add a bit of foam behind the hedgehog and the sentiment label. Finished off by stamping the hearts from Wendall the Whale in the center of the circles.

And then...since I couldn't waste all those circles, I ended up throwing together one more super quick card - I was going to color the images, but I thought they were super fun with just the bright pops of color behind them!

I layered the circles all on foam adhesive, stamped and die cut my images, and settled them over the top.

Finished off with an adorable new sentiment from the stamp set in the upper corner!

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  1. I love both of these cards, Heather! They both make me smile!

  2. I like the colorful circles of your awesome cards. As I was reading, I wondered if you used the extras on another card. Great cards.

  3. Wonderful and creative designs!! Lovely cards :)

  4. Spectacular cards! That first card especially had me laughing a bit!