Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Boys Lego Card with Lego Punch Art Tips

Hello there!
I am here today with a card I was requested to make for a friend. The only real specification was it had to be Lego! Well, as soon as she said that I was sure of what I was going to do, almost easy even ;-) lol!
So, I made this, it is a large 8"x8" card
The circles were made with the 1/2" punch, and the bricks are 3.5cm x 5.2cm each
The tall stacks were made by cutting a 3.5cm wide piece of Daffodil Delight card and scoring at 2cm marks, fold and ink, then add a couple of different colours to make the stack look more realistic!
Some of the bricks along the bottom were glued and some were popped with dimensionals at one end too. edit to add: I would add the spots with dimensionals too, if possible.
I also used the new perfect pennant punch for the name bunting, if you only get one thing before Christmas then this should be it!
On the subject of Christmas I will be offering a "Wish List" service again this year and also gift vouchers for sale too. So if you need SU! goodies in your stocking rather than socks then message me with your list of SU! wishes, then direct all your friends and relatives to me and we will do the rest!!
and some decoration inside to finish
O.K. I know I promised you Zack's card today, but I still have to edit the pics. 
So anyway I will be back tomorrow with a smaller, more girly, lego card ;-) and I will get Zacks card on here before the weekend, I promise!
Stampin' Hugs to you all,

5 comments:

  1. Amazing card SJ, love it! Jules x

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  2. This is so awesome! My oldest DD still loves her Legos (she's 12) and my nephews enjoy them as well! I love all of the detail and the personalized banner tied to the top Legos!

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  3. I love this...it's so bright and fun, and the Lego looks really authentic. You are so creative!

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  4. Oh this is brilliant Sarah Jane, you're clever shading adds to the dimension superbly :)
    Jenny x

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  5. This is fantastic, love all the details!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Alex x

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