Here is my second card I made for the Shape Cards challenges. This one is a tri-fold card. I had already stamped this Tilda stamp image onto cardstock and had colored it with my Copic markers, but didn't know what I was going to do with her yet. So I thought about adding her to a card. I was having a hard time thinking about a "shape card" to do then it hit me....why not make Shape cards using the same concept as the Shape books. So this is what I came up with. I traced my Tilda image into the MTC software to create this card.
If you would like to know how to add "stamped" images to Make the Cut, check out my written tutorial: Using Stamped Images in Make the Cut, in my tutorials section. Same concept as the tutorial.
I sponged inked the sun with an orange and red ink pad. The clouds are cut from vellum. The rock is a textured paper. The flower, I cut out four layers and put them together using a brad. Before putting together, I ran the separate pieces through my Cuttlebug with the Swiss Dots folder. The fence was also done with a "woodgrain" paper. I used the Peachy Keen face stamps for the nose/mouth on the Tilda stamps and for the face on the sun.