I THINK AS A MOM, SPONGEBOB HAS GOT TO BE ONE OF MY FAVORITE CARTOONS TO SIT AND WATCH WITH MY DAUGHTER... WE BOTH GET SUCH A KICK OUT OF IT AND TOTALLY LOVE WHEN THEY MAKE "HAPPY EYES". IT SURE IS A FAR CRY FROM THE FLINTSTONES AND OTHER CARTOONS I GREW UP ON.
I did make this card with the "Bright Colors" challenge in mind, over at sendasmile4kidschallenge.blogspot.com (to be donated)...I dont usually make cards using bright colors, so this was indeed a challenge in two ways, but I think Ill give myself at least a B for effort.
I made this card using the following cartridges and measurements. SpongeBob SquarePants-Patrick #8 (pg 56), cut at 5 inches and Plantin SchoolBook-mixed letters/shadows, cut at 1 inch.
This is a 5"x7" card and has a 4 1/2"x6 1/2" base cut from glitter paper and is trimmed in black cardstock. I used lemon yellow glitter paper and lime green cardstock (inked edges for depth) for Patricks outfit and placed Glossy Accents on his belt and goggles. Patrick is also raised off of the card with pop dots...to make him look like he's flying off of the card...he is a super hero, after all!
The word "super" is simply placed on a shadow cut, but it somehow looks like it's floating on the card.
*Just a side note. The glitter is not loose...its actually in the paper. This way it's safe for little ones.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and have a look. Kathie