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Doggy Boba Tea with Leontine

Hello again! Today I wanted to share an all die cut card with you. And I didn't attach it to a card base, but made sure the back was a mirror image of the front. That way it really looks like the dog is peeking through the circle with his boba tea.

I used book buddy bear and dog on some paper bag cardstock. I used black licorice cardstock for the eyes and snout. To create the background I used some white cardstock and the cloud nine die. I used a circle from stacked circles to cut a hole in the top of the card panel. Once I had two identical panels I inked them up with some salvaged patina and shaded lilac. I used liquid stardust mixed with water to create some fun shimmery splatters on the ink. I left those two panels to dry, and once they were I glued them together.

Now the boba shaker combo was a little trickier to make. I used pearlescent vellum for the front and back of the cup, acetate for the window and lid, white cardstock for the whipped cream, ballet slipper cardstock behind the cup and some striped pattern paper for the straw. I had to be careful where to put liquid glue, so it didn’t show too much from behind all of that vellum and acetate. To get some height into the cup I used foam strips and then I added clay confetti. Once the shaker was closed I glued it under one of the paws of the dog, so it looks like he’s holding it. I added one glue dot under his paw.

On the eyes and snout I of the dog used a white gelly roll pen and once it dried I put some glossy accents on top.

For the sentiment I used let’s chat on some ballet slipper cardstock. Then I used black licorice ink to stamp hi from little agenda spaceship. I added it to the top right corner.

And now the card is finished! I hope you like my card. If you're interested in seeing how I made this, there will be a YouTube tutorial soon. Have an amazing week!

Hugs,
Leontine

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