Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Wicked Wednesday with DRS Designs

It's Wicked Wednesday ATC Challenge Blog time and this week our sponsor is DRS Designs!  Our theme this week is to create an ATC with a fold.  I used a tent fold like one would with a regular card, just in miniature form!  I've used two of their images for my ATC this week, Sandcastle and Hula Pig!  So, what's shaken', bacon?

Outside - Shakin' that bacon!

Inside - I do believe she has hula'd right out of her skirt!

Movie that shows the movement from the Action Wobble.

Here's what I used to create this ATC:

Neenah® Classic Crest™ Solar White
Yellow and Black Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Copic® Markers:  R00, 01, 02; YR02, 04, 07; YG 13, 17; E40, 41, 42; R35, 37, 39, 81, 83; C1, 3
Tim Holtz® Tumbled Glass Distress Ink
Action Wobble®
Green Tissue Paper
Beacon®Adhesive 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue

Here's what I did to create this ATC:

Print two of each image and color pigs first, only color one pig's hula skirt
Cut out both pigs but cut off excess hula skirt on one that wasn't colored
Create hula skirt from tissue paper and adhere to pig with colored skirt
Color both backgrounds the same, add distress ink for sky
Trim yellow cardstock to 2.5"x7", fold in half creating a tent fold
Adhere both background pieces, one to front and one inside
Adhere pig without hula skirt to the inside background
Attach hula skirt down around pig's feet
Trim a small black piece to cover skirt area and trim "Oops!" sentiment, adhere both pieces and attach over pig
Trim Action Wobble to fit on back of pig and attach pig to front of ATC
Trim sentiment and adhere to ATC front above pig as shown

So, this one cracked me up!  I laughed so hard when I first made the pig hula, well, wobble!  Anyway, it's super cute in my humble opinion.  I really got a kick out of making it look like the skirt fell off the pig on the inside and added some blushed cheeks as I'm sure she was embarrassed.  Okay, it's your turn to play along and show us what kind of folds you've got!  Yes, my fold was simple, but, at least it was fun.  Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you again soon!  Have a wonderful day!


1 comment:

  1. It's so great Lea, I imagine you had a blast making it x


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