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Creating Patterns n' Textures

Hello!  Welcome back to another installment of Club La-La Land Crafts November kit!  

Before I get to my card, I just wanna tell you about La-La Land Crafts 24 days of Christmas Tutorials on their YouTube channel!  Super inspirational - go check it out!

OK, today's card is another "extra" card I designed using last month's kit.  It's just so cute! Owner, Irina, shares tutorials on how to create textures to clothing, so this is another of my tries.   All the pattern on her hat, sweater, pants, boots and squirrel were created with Copic markers.  I also added some yarn tassels to her hat 😊

Club La-La Land Crafts November 2021 kit, Sweater Dress Marci

NOVEMBER'S KIT INCLUDES:

o Sweater Dress Marci Rubber Stamp Set
o Scurry Over Rubber Stamp Set
o Wooden Slice Die
o Pinecone Die
o Pine Needles Die

ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS USED IN MY CARD:
COPIC COLORS:
Marci's Skin - E000, E00, E13, E21, 
  • Cheeks - R20, R21, R00
  • Hair -  Y23, Y19, E08, E25, E33
  • Hat & Sweater - R83, B32, B24, B16
  • Scarf - R83, R85
  • Pants - R83, R85, R59
  • Boots - E40, E41, E43
Squirrels - B45, B24, B00
  • Cheeks - R00, R20
  • Scarf - R83, R85

This November kit is no longer available*, however, you can subscribe HERE from Dec. 1 - Dec. 31 to get December's Kit!  I can't wait to see what this month's kit will be (Nope, I haven't seen it yet either!)  Dec. 15th is the reveal!

*NOTE:  a PERK for Club subscribers - You will also have access to purchase some of the past club kits at club kit price!  For non-subscribers, the club kit items will take 6 - 12 months before they will be available in the store individually, so it pays to subscribe and get a great discount on cute coordinated stamps and dies! 

Club La-La Land is a monthly subscription featuring exclusive coordinating stamps and dies at a great price!  You can choose between 3 kits that you'll receive in your package each month... 

  • Stamps and Dies 
  • Stamps only
  • Dies only 

You will also get step-by-step project tutorials from the Club La-La Land Crafts Design Team as part of your subscription!


Also, you'll want to check out the Club La-La Land Crafts blog to see the amazing projects from the rest of the design team!!  
Happy Inking! 

Comments

Fabulous colouring of the images to create texture Kris - a lovely card
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine
Aimeslee Winans said…
Wow, super duper great job on those textures and I loooove the yarn tassels, too cute! xoxo

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