Saturday, February 5, 2011

Just a Note

Hello Friends! Today the sun is shining here in Missouri and making it very, very bright because of all the snow!

I wanted to show you the card that I made today using Daisy by Elisabeth Bell. I made this for the challenge at StampARTic. I love this blog, they have great tutorials and in fact, I used one of their tutorials for my card.

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Here it is. I chose some paper from my stash for the base. I used Spellbinders Nestabilities Lacey Circles, flowers from my stash, McGill’s pine punch, Tim Holtz Aged Mahogany distress ink pad.

Here is a close up of Daisy.

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I colored her with the following Copics:

  • Skin – E11, E00, E000, R20, R11
  • Hair – E37, YR24, YR21
  • Clothes and flowers – RV99, RV95, RV93, RV91,B99, B97, B95, B93, B91, YG63
  • Shadow – W3, W1, W0, W00

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The sentiment is from the SSD Lacey Squares set and stamped using the Aged Mahogany ink. Now for the surprise.

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It is an Easel Post It Note holder …. isn’t that cool? The tutorial is on the StampARTic site.

Here is a pic of it closed.

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Thanks for stopping by and saying hi!


Margo said...

Your card is just lovely ! I love this stamp !

Cindy2 said...

This is really cute, Steph. Great job. C2

Paula said...

You did a great job with this! Awesome idea and even better presentation - Love it!

Rene said...

Oh wow! I would go through so many post it notes just because I would love to reach into this little beauty.

Karen's Fun Blog said...

Beautiful!! Love, love your coloring! : )

monica said...

How super cute is this!! Love the image you used to.The colors in the image and the papers are so together!! And thanks for sharing the colors you used too!! Great job Steph!!

michele hileman said...

That is awesome I love it

charlene said...

This is just to cute thanks so much for sharing what a perfect little gift card !

Lisa T said...

So beautiful! I have always loved that Elisabeth Bell stamp - so cute!

Billie's Scrappetique said...

Awe, Daisie! I just love her. She's what made me fall in love with Elisabeth Bell's stamps!!!!! Very cute project!

Fran said...

Adorable image & cool project.
Hugs, Fran

JustYolie said...

Beautiful card, love how you added the flowers along the scallop, resembling her wreath. Love it!

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