I thought I would do a post on my little Create a Critter cuts and I would explain how things sometimes don't turn out right.
Ok with Kitty above he's not too bad but as you can see you can see little bits of white round the edges of the cut. This is because I didn't trim some of it and secondly I cut these with the imagine using white cardstock and colouring it with the Imagine. This can be fixed if you ink the edges before putting the little critter together and carefully either sanding the edges or triming with fine sissors. These little critters are 2 inches tall so although the photos pic up the inacuracies when you look at them they are not that easy to pick up.
With Rabbit a little trimming wouldn't go amiss but again the background makes a big difference.
the different backgrounds here on little bear, pick up the different colours in the pattern I used. The green seems to highlight the green flowers the blue the blue ones. The pattern is very tiny and when just looking at the little bear it looks like a finely patterned paper. Check the pic of all of the critters below.
Now Owl was a blooper and a big one. I have made owl several times and always wondered why his wings don't fit so well and why one is bigger than the other. Well that is because they are not his wings they are the leaf part to the apple! It wasn't till I had a real good look at the picture that I realised this. Now again I put the beak on, and this time I need to move it slightly and I had liquid glue on it and the glue has changed the printed colour on the cardstock. This is something with the Imagine you have to realise that the colour is printed and will react to wetness of any sort. I didn't have the pieces lined up well so I thought I would ink the edges to camoflage it and then I thought I would put some ink round his beak. the blush on his cheeks seemed to turn out ok but I am not sure about round his beak. The areas where the glue was didn't pick up the ink quite the same.