This is of course the Grinch after he realized Christmas is not so bad. While I cannot tell you how to make him, I will go over the rest of the card. I started with Real Red cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4". Cut a layer of Whisper White at 4" x 5 1/4 " and set aside. Using Basic Black card stock, you will need to cut out a 3 1/2" circle. I used my 3 1/2" circle die for the big shot to do this. Once you have your circle, adhere it to the white card stock with runner adhesive. Then place this in the Snow Burst impression folder and run it through the big shot. For my greeting, I happened to find a stamp in my Christmas stamp drawer that I felt was perfect. The writing looks whimsical to me and seemed to fit a Dr. Seuss character. It is not from SU!. I stamped it using Real Red ink on Whisper White, punched it out with a 1 3/8" circle punch, and sponged the edges with Real Red ink. I then punched out a 1 3/4" scallop circle and ran it through the big shot with the Snow Burst impression folder. Layer the white on this. Place the Grinch on the black circles using dimensionals. Then add your greeting using dimensionals.
Here is a close up of the Grinch. Even though I cannot tell you how to make him, I wanted to be sure you got a close look. He looks so sweet here, just like Cindy Loo Who said. When it came to the greeting inside, I was stumped. I wanted something that would be really appropriate for him. I really did not think I had anything to use. I had just about given up when I came across the perfect stamp.
Isn't it perfect?!! It comes from the stamp set called Tags til Christmas. I stamped it with Real Red ink on white and punched it out with my scallop square. It is also edged with Real Red ink.
I hope you enjoyed this card. Be sure to visit Bonnie's blog to find the tutorial. She is very talented. Tomorrow I will show you something else you can do with all the little faces. Thanks for popping in today. See you later.