Also, don't you think it's funny that little cranky Phil is one of our country's most unifying events? It's really sweet and simple and charming.
It's also a little crazy.
That's really the perfect combination of things, if you think about it. Unifying, simple, sweet, charming and crazy. Actually, if you have children, you should tell them those are the things they should look for in a spouse!!
Well, in honor of the upcoming groundhog event, I thought I should do a little tutorial on creating realistic shadows for those of us who don't consider ourselves illustrators.
Basically, it's a tutorial on cheating. Heh.
I used my FAVE bunneh stamp ever - an ancient retired set - Hello Spring. I think this was on my very first ever Stampin' Up! order way back in 2001. Sheesh. I am old. Anyway, I used it with the no line coloring method to make him fuzzier. Because who doesn't love a fuzzy bunny?
Then, I used my cheaty method to make his shadow. I'm pretty sure his shadow means six years of sunshine. Or that's what I hope, anyway.
Stamps: Hello Spring (retired) Ink: None Paper: Whisper White, Retired SU DSP Accessories: ShinHan Touch Twin Markers: BR134, BR107, WG 0.5, Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon (retired)
Want to see it on video? I thought so! :) If you don't see a video player below, just click
How about that? Easy, eh?
I decided to do a new thing with the blue list too just to share my fun finds every week - check it out below! :)
Oh - and are you ready for my live Leadership coverage? Just two weeks till it starts! Be sure and stay tuned!