Small person motivation

I was in the mood to foil on my Scan’n’Cut. I wanted to make something using my favourite Disney range, and which was cheerful.

First, I searched the internet for quotes I like from Winnie the Pooh. I chose ‘even the smallest person can make a big difference’. As somebody who is height challenged, it spoke to me.

I used the Scan’n’Cut Canvas website to type my quote. I chose a simple font whivh would be easy to read. I wanted to emphasise smallest and big, so changed the sizes and the font of smallest. I made sure that the lines of text were centrally aligned.

When I was happy, I used a USB to transfer the quote to my Scan’n’Cut. I foiled it, using a holographic foil, on black card. I wanted the quote to be the main focus on my card, so made it large.

The quote seemed to suit Piglet, so I die cut a wintery Piglet from white card and used my Spectrum Noirs to colour him.

To construct the card, I matted and layered a piece of trimmed down paper from the Simply Creative Chalkboard range onto a piece of Kanban holographic cardstock. I matted and layered thee quote onto holographic catrd, black card, then holographic again and affixed this centrally on a square card blank. I attached Piglet in the bottom left hand corner, slightly overlapping the quote topper.

I decided against further embellishments as the card was already very shiny, and I like the simple layout.

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9 thoughts on “Small person motivation

    1. Isn't She Crafty Post author

      I am the least techhy person you could meet – I even broke a light switch! I actually get on well with the Scan’n’Cut in general, I find the symbols easy to understand and I have found that if I get myself totally lost with what I’m doing, turning it off and on again takes me home and I can restart. I do find some things a pain, but usually perseverance does it

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      1. uglybugplans

        Ohh that did make me chuckle.. i hope no one was harmed in the breaking of the light switch.. ohh i might try and sweet talk santa πŸ˜‰

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