Joset Designs

Flamenco

September 11, 2021

11 September, 2021

Hello all, it’s Jackie here with a card made using a couple of the cute character’s. I have changed the characters outfits slightly to create a little flamenco show staring Senor Farmer and Senorita Fairy, so let’s raise the curtain and get started.

Step One: Start by blending light blue ink onto the middle section of a 6×6″ card blank, allow this to dry before inking a circular centre creating a spot light.

Step Two: Trim a panel of red and brown cardstock to fit the top and bottom (approximately 6×1.25″) die cut a fancy edge into the red panel using Planner Essentials 27. Add detail using a gold pen then attach to the card blank using 3d foam pads.

Step Three: To change the farmer – build as normal except the shirt using the arms to create the jacket. Die cut the shirt arms and an extra dungarees from black card then fussy cut off the top bib part cutting through the middle making two front pieces. Once the character is built detail use a gold pen to detail his outfit.

Step Four: To change the fairy – Build the fairy as normal except her dress. Place the dress die onto a die cutting cutting plate placing the top plate half way allowing only the top part to cut through.

Step Five: Draw out and fussy cut the dress shape as shown in the photo below, then fussy cut another dress piece to sit behind the legs. Die cut an collar piece to add dimension. Once built add a pair of tiny gold earrings.

Step Six: Die cut the letters o l e ! three times, twice in black card then once into gold, glue them all together creating a 3d sentiment.

I hope I have given some inspiration to have a go at changing up the characters to suit your occasion, the possibilities are endless.

Happy crafting – Jackie

Products used

Additional supplies

Distress oxide – Tumbled glass

Distress oxide – Squeezed lemonade

Signo pen – Gold tone

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