FRIENDS – Square Card

Featuring May 2022 Release: Hello Everyone

The main front panel started with a 6×6 piece of paper from the coordinating paper pack from this release. I then cut a piece of 12×12 paper in white in half and scored at 6 inches to form the card base. The panel was glued on top of the card base.

I stamped 3 images from the stamp set and pulled out my color wheel and decided on 3 colors to form my pallet: yellow, pink and blue. This forms a triangle on the wheel. It is called a triadic color scheme.

Hello Everyone Stamp Set

I chose the images with the bird, kitty and frog hoodies. The color blends used are:

  • Light Skintone – E04, E11, E21, E00, E000 and R20 cheeks
  • Dark Skintone – E59, E57, E15, E33, E31 and R22 cheeks
  • Bird Hoodie – T9, T7, T4; Beak – Y23 and Y19 and T0 – white sections
  • Brunette Hair -E59, E34 and E57
  • Kitty Hoodie -BG0000 (white parts used to lay down shadow
  • Blonde Hair -E25, Y26, Y21 and YR24
  • Pink Bow & Shirt/Socks – FRV1 and RV00 – (Silver Spica pen dotted for glitz)
  • Overall Shorts – FBG2 and BG000 (white gel pen for polka dots)
  • Frog Hoodie & socks – FYG2, YG01, Y00
  • Black Hair – BG02, C3, C5, 100
  • Striped Dress – R20, R24, R39 and R39

I used a geometric basic stencil and the coordinating stencil from this release on top of one another to create an inked panel to show off my colored images. I matted the square in coordinating colors and cut strips of other patterned paper for added interest. The images were adhered to card with dimensional foam tape.

Author: Kelly Nagy

Wife and mother with a love of papercrafting...from scrapbooking to cards and everything in between.

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