Isn't she cute? I wanted to use bright colors for her so I started with a base card of Daffodil Delight cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4". I then added a layer of Tempting Turquoise cut at 4 1/8" x 5 3/8". For the top layer, I chose a piece of Whisper White Measuring 4" x 5 1/4". Using my scallop flower punch from the itty bitty punch pack, I punched out flowers in Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Tempting Turquoise and Melon Mambo. I scattered them on the piece of white and adhered them down using a liquid glue. I then ran it through the big shot using the Fancy Fan impression folder. I attached a piece of 1/4" Tempting Turquoise grosgrain ribbon to the lower part and tied a knot in the front. All the layers were adhered together using a runner adhesive. I even put a little runner adhesive onto the ribbon to make it stick.
Now to the star herself (or should I call her the doctor?). The colors of card stock I chose to use for her are Basic Black, Whisper White, Pacific Point and Blushing Bride (retired). For the head, I used the owl builder punch cutting the feet and ears off the owl. Her ears are a word window punch cut down to fit behind the head. The bottom part of the hair is made using two small ovals (retired punch). The bangs are also a retired small oval that I trimmed to get the wavy look. Her neck, arms, and legs are all word windows. For her body, I again used the owl builder punch (minus ears and feet). I punched out a word window and cut off both ends to make her sleeves. For the collar, I punched and edge of paper using the scallop oval punch and cut the piece down to the size I wanted. The skirt is a large oval. Her hands come from the boho blossom punch. To make the socks, I punched a word window, cut off the ends, and then gave them a little wave. Her shoes are made using the current small oval punch. I punched 2 white and 2 black and trimmed them to how I wanted them to look. They are layered together so her shoes are 2-toned. All of the pieces are adhered together using a liquid glue. The finished character is attached to the card using dimensionals.
For my greeting, I used my Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set and stamped it with Tempting Turquoise ink onto white card stock. I punched it out using the retired small oval punch. I then layered this onto a large oval which was then layered onto a scallop oval. All ovals were attached using a runner adhesive and the finished product was attached using dimensionals.
I can say without a doubt this is the last Peanut character for the week. Tomorrow I will share another card I made for a birthday. I promise it is cute!! I hope you stop by to see it. Thanks for dropping by today!