Creations With Kathryn, which is also the first stop on the hop. If you want to begin at the beginning, just head back there for her amazing project!
I decided I wanted to demonstrate how you can use the same basic idea--in this case, the toucan cut from the Life Is A Beach cartridge--to make two different projects. I showed the first yesterday, and have this one for today.
For this card, I cut a piece of orange glitter cardstock to fit an A2 card base. I then cut the leaf three times, at 4.25 inches (black), 4.0 inches (dark green) and 3.75 inches (lime green) and layered them. I adhered this to the glitter cardstock. I cut the toucan, with all his layers, at 2 inches. I added a tag from my stash, which I paper pierced, and a googly eye on the toucan. The ribbon, which shows up yellow, but is really lime green, is from my stash, as well.
I hope you've enjoyed my summery cards and have seen how just changing sizes or papers can change a project. From here, you should head to Yolanda's blog for the rest of the hop.
Have a wonderful Sunday--and be Blessed!