Friday, November 19, 2010

Guess what comes out today?!

HARRY POTTER 7 part I!!! YAY!!!  I am SO excited to go see it tonight with all my friends (AND at an IMAX!)  In honor of this momentous occasion, I have another Harry Potter card to show you.  It also applies to the A Muse Lounge Challenge this month.  Which, I have to say, I didn't think I'd be able to come up with one card for, let alone two.  Currently, my tiny yard needs to have it's fallen leaves cleaned up rather badly.  So, I thought, how would Harry do this?  (Or the Sorcerer's apprentice for that matter)  I am quite sure a with a simple swish and flick Harry would have it raked up in no time.  That's my kind of yard work!
For the card, I used flower soft for the leaves on the tree and the ones being raked up.  I really enjoy using this product!  It's got such a neat three dimensional aspect to it.  I drew the wand sparks, sparks at the end of the rake, and motion quotes at the bottom of the rake with a gold Spica glitter pen.  I also redrew the magic wand so that it would be pointing towards the rake instead of straight up.  Then, for the sentiment, again I didn't have quite the right stamp.  I took the "wishing you a magical holiday season" and replaced "holiday" with my own writing of "autumn".  Do you think Harry would do my yard next?

Stamps: A Muse magical holiday, magician, trees 2 clear stamp set, Savvy Stamps rake, and Memory Box happy thanksgiving (inside)
Paper: A Muse currant, natural white, petite orange gingham, and orange crush cardstock
Inks: A Muse black dye ink, VersaMagic gingerbread chalk, VersaFine vintage sepia, Copic markers, Spica gold glitter pen, Faber-Castell Pitt artists pen in fine tip sepia, Copic black .05 multiliner
Misc.: EK Success medium corner rounder punch, Memory Box canary yellow jewels, A Muse orange crush grosgrain stitch ribbon, Flower Soft autumn and glue, and foam mounting tape

1 comment:

  1. Love it! When Harry is done raking your yard perhaps he could whip up a spell to make the dust in my house vanish.