Do You Pokémon Go?
Do you Pokémon Go? I haven’t really tried it yet, but I think I’ll use it for exercise – walking to the nearest PokéStop. Maybe at some point I’ll actually get it to work. However, this inspired me to create a Designer Poké Ball in the Real Life Color Coach’s Color of the Week this week. How about a Poké Ball in Flirty Flamingo?
I know there’s an owl Pokémon, but I don’t know what it’s called. So I made up my own – a Flirty Flamingo wannabe Pokémon owl to go with the Flirty Flamingo Designer Poké Ball! I used Basic Black, Whisper White and Smoky Slate for the contrast colors in the Monochromatic Color Scheme for Flirty Flamingo.
Tips for putting the card together:
- Use your DIY Picker-Upper to glue on the tiny pieces (eyes, heart, etc.).
- Save your extra punch-outs in a cellophane bag or bag from embellishment packaging. I didn’t have to punch out extra owls for this project… just used my saved pieces!
- Glitz up the Poké Ball button with the Wink of Stella Glitter Brush.
By the way, the card design was approved by an expert Pokémon player, my oldest granddaughter.
This card is great for any friendship or celebration wishes for your Pokémon Go & Pokémon players. You don’t even need to change the greeting!
- Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad 
- Project Life Journaling Pens 
- Clear Wink Of Stella Glitter Brush 
- Flirty Flamingo 8-1/2″ X 11″ Cardstock 
- Whisper White 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock 
- Basic Black 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock 
- Basic Gray 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock 
- Smoky Slate 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock 
- Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack 
Tools & Adhesive
- SNAIL Permanent Adhesive 
- Stampin’ Dimensionals 
- Fine-Tip Glue Pen 
- Glue Dots 
- Builder Owl Punch 
- 2″ Circle Punch 
- Decorative Label Punch 
- Envelope Punch Board 
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