The silhouette is based on this picture from our wedding:
(side note: check out our photographer's blog for some haunting tornado pictures) It took a couple tries to cut this as I'm still having issues with some of the fonts not cutting cleanly, but I think the result is well worth it.
GET IT?!?! "Otter" half?!?! Hahahaha. This pun is from pinterest, and the image is based on a t-shirt (that of course I own) that is based on this video (make sure you watch it until 1:20 for the cutest part):
The polka dot paper is Echo Park, and the "water" paper is My Mind's Eye Love Me Do collection--it has little hearts all over it, so I couldn't resist using it. The font is Chowderhead, and I used word wrapping and welding to wrap it around the circle. I used the "trace" feature to trace the otters and their bellies, then used the "trace outside edge" feature for the black matting. I left the black the same size, then glued it just a smidge off so it gave it a water/shadow effect. I definitely had to add the black to the feet, otherwise, they looked like, shall we say, "Baby Ruths."
In other news, the subway art was definitely appreciated by Mr Corgi!! I think he may have gotten a bit misty-eyed when he read the "as you wish." Or maybe it was the paint fumes. Hard to say.