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Silhouette Waterfall Card

A SILHOUETTE drawing means an outline that appears dark against a light background
Exciting ehh well this is what we would love to see you creating on your project at Little Miss Muffet Challenges this fortnight.

As you know last week Barbara released all her digital images as silhouettes also for her challenges you don’t have to use a Little Miss Muffet image but how cute is this little guy below and Barbara is offering him as a freebie until 31st March 2012 … wahoooo!!!! Hurry up girls no time to waste go get it 😀 It says it is a bunny but me thinks you could have it as a puppy dog!!! If you would like a bit more inspiration then please check out all the creations from my amazing sisters here.

I have made a little waterfall card for my DT submission, purely and simply to show you that it doesn’t have to be a black silhouette you can change the colours from black to whatever you want. This waterfall card meant I can have three silhouettes in different colours. I still get a kick out of pulling the tab at the bottom of the card and everything starts cascading, hope you enjoy.


Stampin Up stamps – Faith In Nature & Forever Young
Rangers Distress Inks – Chipped Sapphire, Worn Lipstick & Scattered Straw

Shirl

5 Responses to “Silhouette Waterfall Card”

  1. Arabella says:

    This is gorgeous Shirley and so creative as usual! Great idea to print them in different colours!

    Arabella

  2. Frea says:

    Hi Shirley, that is so cleverly done, love those colored silhouette, would never have thought of that. And that cascade card looks very complicated! Hugs, Frea

  3. How cool, your waterfall card looks fabulous.

  4. Shelby says:

    Just absolutely love it! So creative to use different colors for the silhouettes!!!

    Shelby

  5. I love this and a great way to show off the silhouettes – they’re gorgeous in colors!! Love the card too and it looks so fun to pull that tab. 😀 The other stamps are perfect and they come together really nicely – fabulous card! *Hugs

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