She is a joy to colour, to which, I used the metallics mostly
from my set of pencil crayons. I cut her out from the 255gsm smooth white cardstock that I had printed the digi image on. Once she was cut out, I used double sided foam pads to stick Penny on to a ready due cut oval topper that I had previously die cut (using Tonic Studios mini scalloped ovals). I had already got a 30cm square piece of plaid or tartan paper in my stash. I couldnt have been more delighted. This plaid piece of paper was stuck on to plain black card, both of which I had rounded all 4 corners. After adding the backing papers to the base card. I then opted to use the wide copper coloured ribbon scrap piece (just enough to go across the card), the tartan ribbon bow, pearls in 2 shades of green, an inverted corners die cut rectangle topper in cream hammered card and the Tonic Studios die cut "Merry Christmas" sentiment to finish off.
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