Monday, July 16, 2012

Flu Bu Monster

Time for a new Digi Makeover Challenge and this week's challenge is to add dimension.

Poor FluBu Monster from Paper Makeup Stamps was an easy choice for this challenge.  I printed the image twice so I cut fussy cut out various portions of the image.  The blanket is actually layered at different heights, as is the ice bag on his head.  Spellbinders' (Deckled Rectangles - large) was used to cut the image out.  The matting was cut with Grand Labels Twenty Three.  A piece of netting from a potato bag was added for additional dimension and texture.  I also added some Glossy Accents to his eyes because everyone knows that when you're sick as a dog (or monster in this case), you have glassy looking eyes.  Distress Ink (tumbled glass) was used to create the background.

Head on over to the Digi Makeover Challenge blog and upload your project showing dimension.  Just remember to use a digi and to follow this week's theme.  Please welcome this week's guest designer, Zenita Smith (aka ScrappinwithZ).  Don't forget to visit the rest of the team to see what they've come up with too.

Copics used: YG00, YG01, YG11, E84, E87, E77    BG10, R14, R17   V22, V25, V28, colorless blender


Tammy said...

Ahhh, too cute! Terrific get well card, sure to make the recipient smile and feel better! Love the background!!

rachel said...

fabulous card Anne - love the dimension and the colours - I love the PMS 'monster' digis - they are fab! Hugs Rachel xx

Anne Harada said...

Hey Anne, amazing detail and execution of your card, totally impressed with what you do with Digis!! I'm scared to death of them!! Many thanks for visiting my blog!
Anne :)

jimlynn said...

GREAT dimension!!! Love the card too. Cute image, DP and everything!

McCrafty's Cards said...

great card Anne, he looks just how I feel right now,great colouring and I like the papers.
Kevin xx

Michelle VP said...

For being a sick monster, Flubu never looked so great! :) Just love the way you popped up his blanket and head compress. I think he looks great surrounded by polka dots too! :)

Joan Ervin said...

What a cute get well card...this image is adorable and sure to cheer up someone who doesn't feel well!!!!