Whoever thought I'd think a snail was cute?! 😆 But this little guy from Kinda Cute digital stamps, really is the star of the show!
I started this card by sizing my snail image to take up a pretty big chunk of an A2 card front. I printed it out onto 80 lb. Neenah card stock and set off to color with some Prismacolor pencils.
Once I had my image all colored up, I fussy cut him out and traced along the edges with a Memento tuxedo black marker.
For my card front, the idea was to have my snail sitting on a huge pile of mini envelopes. However, once I started making them with the mini envelope punch board, it turned out they were a little too big.
Instead, I picked six of my envelopes in rainbow order and laid them out onto an A2 card front. I die cut the card front from some 110 lb. white card stock with a Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle stackable.
I already had the sentiment from Lawn Fawn's Gleeful Gardens in mind when I set out to make this card, so I pulled it out and heat embossed it with white embossing powder onto a piece of black card stock.
The sizing of the sentiment was pretty perfect in combination with my six mini envelopes, and I spaced them out as evenly as I could across the card front.
I "sealed" the envelopes with a flat back pearl heart and glued everything in place onto the card panel. I added my snail towards the top of the card panel and popped up the sentiment with a piece of foam tape underneath him.
Then I added the whole thing onto an A2 card base I made using 110 lb. white card stock.
You can find this cute snail digi here:
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Mini Envelope Punch Board: https://www.joann.com/we-r-memory-keepers-mini-envelope-punch-board/16152084.html
Prismacolor Pencils: https://amzn.to/3gxs5Ke
Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables: https://www.lawnfawn.com/products/large-stitched-rectangle-stackables?_pos=2&_sid=7b9d9997b&_ss=r