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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Happy Birthday the Harry Potter way

Yeah I managed to make a 3rd card with Karber image for the Karber Challenge
One of my favorite characters - Harry Potter and this particular Harry potter can be got here -

Had so much fun making this card.

The potion recipe, owl - Hedwig and Hogwarts hat are all from silhouette. The title I wrote it myself - yep handwritten. Lol a shaky hand really helps. The cuts were further embellished with copper and gold gilding liquid. had fun with the ribbon. I had a yellow ribbon which was quite not the color I wanted so handy copics came to help. Then I twisted the 2 ribbons together. Tying to a bow with the twisted ribbon was a bit tough.
I also used a stud ribbon (lol dont know what to call it. Looks like rhinestone ribbon but more like a metal stud or brad)
The red background card stock was embossed with a cuttlebug folder
Let me try to list the copic colors used
Hair - E7 family and E5 family
Wizard coat - W family
Inside grey sweater - C family (for contrast)
Pant - B9 family
I used BG0000 for the glasses
and a little bit of green - one of the YG3 family for eyes.
Scarf - R3 family and Y2 family with E07 for dark
Face -- E000, E00, E11, E09, E13

Again Thanks to Kristy from someodd girls ustream videos I love using E09. Very brave of me :) for it is quite a scary color for face.

Note: Karber site has moved. You can find most of the digis at


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