This card could be a funny one..or even a cute one. It started out with a smiley face on the toilet roll but that just looked weird. You could make up a sentiment about life being a bit rubbish...linked with the loo roll ;-) Thought I'd revisit a really simply technique using a stencil that gives an extra dimension to your project- using this Hero Arts Stencil
You can see the texture better below- just as if you've used an embossing folder. You can see how I've begun to create my toilet roll holder
I used this Lawn Fawn set (which would be great for a baking guy too!)
Just chop the rolling pin in half and re-attach it, overlapping it to make it shorter.
Now simply cut up toilet roll so you've a long thin strip to wind around the base. As I sat there trimming loo roll I wondered quite what lofty heights I've attained that have resulted in creating with Andrex ;-)
The paper behind the main panel is the Avery Elle 'Everyday Collection' which is hands down my favourite paper pad (& it's double sided too!). The Sentiment is from the super-useful Altenew set 'Sentiments & Quotes'
Now onto two more quickies. With the first, I had my Dad in mind when I made it...he's an architect so buildings are his thing. Add some swooshes of watercolour and stamp over it with the Sketchy Cities. The sentiment is from the set above using the Ombre Ink Pads
And lastly.. a little tag for a little boy (or robot type geeky guy!)
Hope that's a little inspiration to get you sorting out all those complex guys in your life ;-p
See you next week,