Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Alota New Stuff Goin' On

Yesterday was a very busy and hectic day for me. Despite that, I was able to create a total of 3 cards! I never get to create that many in one day. Here are 2 of the 3 cards that I made to share with you today. They are both cards made with stamps from Alota Rubber stamps. I love these cute little bugs!

This first card is made with the stamp called Cutting Rose Bugs. This was a fun image to color and can be used for any occassion. This would make a great card for Mother's Day or a thinking of you card.
This is a close up of the bugs, and that I have added shimmerz to their wings to shine. I have also airbrushed the sky in the background as well as the grass.
My next card features another new stamp from Alota called The Sterner's. Here are those cute bugs again, and this time they are welcoming a brand new baby to the world. =) I decided to make this a card for a boy since one of my co-workers is expecting and will be having a boy!
Baby cards are another kind of card that is great to have a stash of.
Hope you're having a wonderful day!! Please scroll down to see the rest of tiday's
Card #1:
Paper: DCWV Nana's Nursery DSP for Baby Boys
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Shimmerz, Dew Drops, EK Success Scallop Punch
Here's a close up of the bugs and the wings covered with Shimmerz. I'd love to hear what you think about these cards and the images. Hope you are having a great day!
Card Details
Paper: Bazzill (yellow), Brocade Blue CS, Neenah CS
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilities, Shimmerz, Half Pearls
Thank you for the visit and love reading your dom

A White Christmas

Hello blogland! Looks like yesterday's card was supposed to be posted later this week, I never realized that until it was already mid afternoon. I will be creating another card for that challenge during the week. Anyway, this is the post that was supposed to be up yesterday but never made it~ there was something weird with blogger, but now seems to be fixed. The challenge this week for Christmas Stampin' All Year Long is to create a white card for Christmas. I really loved this challenge because white is very pretty and so soft for the holidays. Here in Hawaii, we don't always have a white Christmas unless you are either on the Big Island or Maui high up in the mountains. Well, I decided to finally use this set from The Greeting Farm called Rain, Snow and Shine. Obviously, this is snow.
To create my card, I wanted it to have a really snowy feeling so I stamped and colored my image, then ran it through the cuttlebug folder. Doesn't she look like she is standing outside with the snow falling on her? One other thing I did was use my scor pal to dry emboss the lines going across the plain white cardstock behind my image just to add a little texture to the card.

If you have not started on your card making for Christmas, it's not too late! Just create your card for the challenge and upload it HERE. If you are uploading to SCS or PCP, please use the keyword CSAYL. To see what the rest of the DT has created click HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Please leave a comment, I'd love to know what you think of her.

Card Details:
Paper: Neenah CS
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Half Pearls, Nestabilities, Scor Pal

Monday, June 29, 2009

A Little Jingle Jangle Goes A Long Way

Time for another copic creations challenge! The challenge this time around is to color brunette hair. Today I have used this cute little elf called Sitting Alva from the Magnolia Jingle Jangle collection. This collection came out after the Christmas collection in 2008.
To me, this image was one that I felt I could only use red and green on. But that's not the case at all, I have found a variety of uses with this image, and first it would be for the copic creations challenge and next for the Old Magnolia Challenge. This week this was the chosen image to work with and since I have it, I felt it was perfect to use for both challenges.
Here is a different angle on the card and a closer look at the way I colored her. I loved that these colors always work so well together. Remember if you are participating in the Copic Creations Challenge, please upload your creation to the blog and mention the challenge in your post. Hope you are having a wonderful Monday!
Card Details:
Stamp: Sitting Alva Magnolia Jingle Jangle Collection 2008, SU Upsy Daisy Set
Paper: Chocolate Chip CS, Old Olive CS, Neenah White CS, Basic Grey Mellow DSP
Ink: Copics, White Craft Ink
Accessories: Lt Pink Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon, Nestabilities

Friday, June 26, 2009

Howdy Partner

Good morning and Happy Aloha Friday! It's time for another chance to win something over on the In Style Stamps blog. Click on over to find out the details. Today I have for you a project using a new digital image of this cute cowboy! Notice how the country/western theme has come forward pretty quick in the stamp world? I think it's cute, especially if you need to make something for a guy. The project I made for today is a desk calendar made with some chipboard. I simply covered the 2 pieces with some designer paper and chose a few things to embellish with. Then I added the calendar and my colored cowboy image.
I then added a few pieces of post-it notes next to him. The reason I added that is because his hand is made into a gun shape like he is pointing to something. Since this paper is to jot down some little messages, he is pointing to show you what you've written there. (Hope that makes sense). lol. Anyway today is the blog hop and to view the rest of the creations by the rest of the design team, just click on their names below. Then after you have viewed them all, go to the ISS blog and vote for your favorite one! The DT member who wins will get something from Virginia, and if you participate you are eligible to win something too!

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a chance to play in the challenge with us and I would love to have your vote too!
Paper: Chocolate Chip CS, Real Red CS, Creamy Caramel CS, Urban Garden DSP
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Star punch, circle punch, calendar, chocolate grosgrain ribbon, post-it notes

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Take It Easy

Good morning! Today I have my Flutterby Wednesday card as promised. This time around, Danni has changed things up a bit. She will now be choosing a DT member to come up with the challenge for the week since we were all once the featured stamper of the week. She will however still keep the guest designers coming to create with us. This week the challenge was chosen by Kimmie. You must create a card using a fairy or a butterfly but with an outdoor scene.
So I decided to create with Tilda! I am not absolutely sure, but I think the background comes from the chasing butterflies collection. Please correct me if I am wrong. But, I know this is picnic Tilda. Doesn't she look so relaxed, peaceful and without a care in the world. Sometimes we all need days like this. lol. Well, to create this card I have used my copic airbrush system for the sky and grass background, and colored the rest in with my copics.
I've added a little paper piercing to the edges of the pink cardstock, glittered her wings and the sky with some stickles (star dust) and added the pretty prima flowers with jumbo brads for the centers. After choosing the stamps that I wanted to work with, the coloring and piecing of it all was quick and easy. I think she is one of my favorite Tilda stamps. =)
We'd love to see your creation with either a butterfly or fairy or both, and all you need to do is post it HERE. If you are uploading to SCS or PCP, use FBW as your keyword.
Thank you for all of your comments, they are truly appreciated!! I'll see you on your blogs!
Card Details:
Paper: Pink Pirouette CS, Neenah CS, printed DSP (forgot name)
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Copic Airbrush System, Paper piercer, Prima flowers, Jumbo Brads(CTMH),

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Thanks So Much

Hi everyone, I just want to share and thank a couple of people who were so sweet to pass these awards onto me. This first award was given to my by Nancy, thank you for thinking of me!!
This next award was given to me by Kim. Thanks so much for thinking of me!!

Please be sure to stop by for a Flutterby Wednesday card from me tomorrow and see the next post to check out what the rest of the design team has created!
It's hump day and Flutterby Wednesday! Sorry, I don't have my creation for you today but I will be posting it for tomorrow. In the mean time, if you'd like to check out the other creations from the rest of the design team just click on their names.
Hope you have a great day!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Sweet Ethan

Good morning everyone! Pink Cat Studio is releasing these new digital stamps today to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in honor of Ethan Weiman. Little Ethan passed away July 12th from Neuroblastoma cancer. Ethan was a true cowboy who loved horses, balloons and knock-knock jokes. By purchasing these new stamps you will help brighten the day of a sick child as the money we raise will go toward making one of their dreams come true. Please visit this site to purchase digital stamps and help the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Here is my first card using Cowboy Ethan. I just love these cute cute images!! These are just perfect for any occassion and just about any age!! Can't you just see this for a birthday card, or brand new baby card? This is such fun image to create with.
Here are the details for my first card:
Paper: Cerise (SU-retired), Pacific Point CS, Neenah White CS
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilites
This is my second card using Ava! Perfect for girls, and any occassion too. I knew exactly that I had to color her wearing something pink, it just wouldn't look right in my opinion. I think these colors make her much sweeter!
I didn't want to add to many or any embellishments since the paper really speaks for itself. So the only thing I added was a rhinestone to the buckle of both Ethan and Ava's belt. I just thought that this would look almost like the real cowboys and their flahsy belts. Please scroll down to see the next 2 postings of the day! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Paper: Memory Box, Pixie Pink, Creamy Caramel, and Neenah White CS
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Circle punches, Rhinestone

A New Window

Thanks for joining me on my second post for the day. Today I am introducing a new digital image from In Style Stamps, and it is this window. Initially I had no idea what I was going to do make with this window but I was surprised at myself with the outcome! I love using this window and I think I will create something else with it soon.
This is sitting Ava, and most of you are familiar with her and all of her cuteness!! She is another digital image from In Style Stamps! So, what I did with this window was size it to fit Ava and also sized her to fit the window. ( A little bit of give and take with the 2). I wanted to give it the appearance of the window being apart of a building or home, so I used a neutral colored cardstock.
One other thing I just had to do was cut the windows with my x-acto knife and used some acetate sheet for the glass of the windows. I know it is hard to see it here but I wanted to keep things clean and clear. I have also added flowersoft to the window on the top and bottom as an accent. Last but not least, I colored and glittered Ava. I'd love to know what you think of this card and the new window.
Please scroll down for the last post of the day!!
Paper: Creamy Caramel CS, Neenah White CS
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Acetate Sheet, Flowersoft, Dazzling Diamonds

Cherry Tilda

Here is my 3rd but last posting for the day. This is my card for the second challenge on the Old Magnolia Challenge Blog. The image chosen is Cherry Tilda. This Tilda was just perfect for the papers that I have wanted to use for a while, don't you think they were meant for each other? LOL. For those of you who aren't familiar with this challenge blog, all you have to do is check out the blog for the next Magnolia image to use and create a card or project then upload it to that posting for the week.
A new challenge will take place each Wednesday so stay tuned for a new one tomorrow. For my card I decided not to use a sketch from another challenge blog so I made up my own. I am rather pleased with the layout since it is not something too over embellished. I think because the paper has lots of detail already, not much else needs to be added to the card.
The one thing I did add were the rhinestones around the circle. This was just way too plain looking. Another fun thing I added and finally had a chance to use is my charm with cherries. The picture above this one is probably the best to see what the charm looks like.
If you'd like to post your creation using Cherry Tilda be sure to post it by today! Here are the details of the card.
Paper: Bazzill, Rockabilly Specialty DSP (SU)
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Silver Bling, Red Grosgrain ribbon, Cherry Charm, Pearls
Thanks for stopping by and for your much appreciated comments!

Monday, June 22, 2009

Halfway to the Holidays

Yes, it's just about 6 months more until Christmas! If you have not started making Christmas cards, this is a great time to do so. This week's challenge is an open challenge on Christmas Stampin' All Year Long, so you can create anything you want. Here is the card I made for this week's challenge.
This is an image from Whipper Snapper Designs. They have very cute stamps and sentiments. The sentiment that I used is from Stampin' Up. Besides celebrating my Dad for Father's Day I found some time to clean out a part of my craft room and decided to work on the drawers of printed papers and stumbled upon these you see here. This is paper from Stampin' Up called Holiday Thyme. This is probably one of the first set of papers using the first set of In Colors. I was surprised that I still had this since it was just a great combination of colors. Usually I will use it up if it's something I really like.
Anyway please be sure to upload your card so we can see your awesome creation to this week's posting that you can find HERE. You can also view the awesome creations that the rest of the design team has created HERE.
Last but not least, this is my card that I sent to Teri for the one card swap. I just had to use this cutie! For those of you who are not familiar with this image, she is from a company called Hanglar stamps. These are not available anywhere except Sweden and I was so lucky to have gotten several!! (Thank you to a special friend!) Since I received my stamps this has been only the first time using them. I think I got my first one earlier this year so it has been a while... lol.
I sure hope that Teri likes her card. =)
Here she is in a different view. Lately I have been using my dew drops quite a bit, not sure why but I seemed to be hooked on them for some odd reason. Hope all of you had a great weekend! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit me and leaving a comment, it really means so much! Here are the details for both cards.
Stamp: Whipper Snapper Designs, Stampin'Up
Paper: Close to Cocoa, Neenah CS, Holiday Thyme DSP (Retired from SU)
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Dew Drops, Stickles
Stamp: Hanglar
Paper: Brocade Blue CS, Neenah CS, and Ginger Blossom DSP (Retired from SU)
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Dew Drops, Copic Airbrush System, Nestabilities, So Saffron Grosgrain ribbon

Friday, June 19, 2009

Hanna Time & OCS

Happy Aloha Friday everyone, it's time for another challenge with Hanna Stamps! Here is one of my favorite sets that I just had to create with for the challenge. This week the challenge is to create with stars or stripes. So, I have used some striped designer paper and just because I didn't want to distract from the scene I have not added any stars the the background... instead I had drawn 2 white stars on her bike! It just didn't seem right to add more than the silver brads in each of the 4 corners and as I look at it again, I probably should have added something more. Oh well, you can't win 'em all! =)
I have created a background where it appears as a sunset. In case you're wondering why is appears to be some white areas in the sky, that is because I wanted it to have the effect of broken clouds in the sky. I tried to get the clouds to have some texture and did all of this with my copic airbrush system. I just love this! It gives all kinds of wonderful dimension. Come and join us for the fun HERE and remember you have until Saturday June 20th to apply for a guest designer position with Hanna Stamps. Just click HERE for the details.
Next, I have a very cute card created for the one card swap. This card was created by my sweet friend Teri! Not only did she create this card, but she is also the founder of the one card swap!
What is the one card swap you ask?? Well, all you do is be sure to check out for the posting when Teri says it's time to sign up, leave a comment, and she will email you with the person you are paired with for the month. Hope all of you are having a wonderful friday and are getting ready to have a fun filled Father's Day weekend with your Dad! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Card Details:
Paper: Basic black CS, Neenah CS, Maine Blueberry DSP
Inks: Copics

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Butterflies and Stars

Happy Wednesday! I hope all of you are doing well and keeping cool in this crazy hot and humid weather. It's a great thing that the idea for a swimming pool came through, otherwise we'd all be taking cold showers all day long. lol. Anyway, it's Flutterby Wednesday so bring out your butterfly and fairy stamps and start stamping. This is challenge #62 and is an open challenge which means you can go to town with your card.
I have decided to go simple this time around so, I decided to choose a stamp from The Greeting Farm since to me they don't require a lot of embellishing and detail when placed on a card. I love these fairies and all the rest of the stamps from this line. One of the things I like about this card is the color combo, it's definitely one of my favorites. =)
To participate in Flutterby Wednesdays, click HERE and post your card by next Tuesday and a new Challenge and winner will be announced Wednesday. To view what the rest of the DT has created click HERE.
Today over at In Style Stamps, it's time for another Wednesday Challenge! The challenge this week is to create a card or project using an image from ISS, and add some stitching. It can be handstitched, sewn or drawn.
Since I already had my sewing machine out for a previous card I made, I chose to sew on my card and even made it point to change the color of the thread for an added effct. Hope all is well and have a great day!
Here are the card details:
Butterfly card
Stamp: The Greeting Farm
Paper: Playshop cardstock, Chocolate Chip CS, The Greeting Farm DSP.
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilities, celery grosgrain ribbon, pearls
Star card
Stamp: Digital Image of Deb
Paper: Pacific Point, Real Red CS, Neenah CS,
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilities, Star punches, silver liquid pearls,thread
Many thanks for stopping by and for your comments, they are truly what keeps me going!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Speak Your Mind and You Could Win!!

Hello Everyone! Would you like to be in the running to win something NEW and fabulous?? All you have to do is speak up and say what you want. Tab from the 7 kids college fund has more details HERE.
Good luck!

Monday, June 15, 2009

CSAYL: Challenge #21

Welcome to Challenge #21 for Christmas Stampin' All Year Long. Yes you read that correct, time sure flies. This week's challenge is to create a card with eyelets, there is no limit to the amount or the colors you use.
This is my card for the week. I chose these colors based off of my background paper. Most would use pink and red for Valentine's Day and not for Christmas but I think that paper in those colors look so pretty and match nicely. I have added my eyelets to all 4 corners of my card.
Here's a close up of her and the shimmerz that I used on her wings. This is Tilda with Candy Cane from last year's Magnolia Christmas Collection. I have used her last year but had the opportunity to use her now due to this challenge and a new challenge that started up called The Old Magnolia Challenge. Here, the DT will choose a Magnolia stamp that they want you to use for the week and all you do is upload your creation to that posting to share with everyone. There are no prizes for the challenge, just something fun to share and maybe if you're like me... bring out those Tilda and Edwin stamps that have never seen ink!!! LOL! Hope you can join in all the fun!! To see the wonderful creations by the rest of the Christmas Stampin' DT, click HERE.
I have 2 posts today, please scroll down for the 2nd one. Thank you for visiting me today and hope you have a great Monday!!
Card Details:
Stamps: Tilda with Candy Cane (Magnolia Christmas Collection), Sentiment from SU
Paper: DCWV The Christmas Stack, Pretty In Pink CS, Neenah CS, Pink Pirouette DSP
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Eyelets, Pink Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon, Nestabilities, and Shimmerz pixie dust

Delight in Simple Things

Time for another challenge with Copic Creations! Our new challenge is for you to create a card showing us how you color wood. As I was getting my ideas together for this challenge, I knew exactly what stamps I would use to make the card but never knew that I would have to use so many different colors just to get that wood-like appearance. This one was kind of hard for me to get it just the way I want it but had to go with this one.
I used this bridge deck that Tilda is sitting on. Not only was there less wood to color but I wanted to feature some kind of scene that symbolizes the season of Summer. I really enjoyed this challenge.

Here are the colors I used to color the deck E31, E34, E29, and E39. I also used my copic airbrush system to create the water that Tilda is wading in. To see what the rest of the DT has made, click HERE. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!!
Card Details:
Stamp: Tilda in Lace Skirt, Bridge Deck, SU Simple Things
Paper: Bordering Blue CS, Neenah White CS, Bella Birds DSP
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Martha Stewart Buttefly Punch, Pink half pearls, Paper Piercer, Copic Airbrush
system, Tag Punch

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Chocolate Anyone?

Hey everyone, hope your weekend is going great so far! Yesterday was the stamp expo here in Hawaii. I got a chance to spend some time with the ladies at TaJ Clubhouse which I have not seen in a very long time. I also saw Jen, Rina and got to meet Jenny. It was really great to meet up with everyone again ,and, Jenny it was great to finally meet you!! Here's the card I created using an image from Alota Rubberstamps. These are chocolote covered bugs. This reminds me of a friend from highschool who said that she had the opportunity to try some chocolate covered ants, and chocolate grasshoppers. I think she did try it while she and her family were off on vacation. I really can't ever imagine trying something like that.
You can see here that I actually had a chance to do a little bit of sewing. I also popped up the little cups they are sitting in. One more thing is that I stamped the first image in black, the second one in brown for the chocolate coming down and the fully covered bug. =) After all that, I added some crystal effects for the chocolate.
Last I added some dew drops for accents in various colors to make it look like different colored candies.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great rest of the weekend!
Paper: DCWV Sweet Stack, Bazzill Bling
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Dew Drops, Thread

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Check It Out!

Good morning, it's Friday! Yesterday was a holiday for most of us here in Hawaii so I took a day off of blogging and am back for a couple of announcements. First, there is a challenge going on now for Hanna Stamps that you can view HERE. This was an inspiration challenge so I chose to take the colors and created this card with one of the newest sets now available.
This set is called 5 dresses and this is the 3rd that I am showing you since it became available. Thjs is such a fun set to use for all occassions. Not only is there a challenge for Hanna Stamps but a Guest DT call! You can find all the details about it HERE.
In other news, my sweet friend and fellow DT member for Roses On Paper, Anki has got a new line of her stamps ready to purchase!! Just click the first banner up top on my right sidebar. This is her second set of stamps and are just as sweet as the first set. Congrats Anki!
Hope all of you have a wonderful day and I'll see you tomorrow!
Card Details:
Stamps: Hanna Stamps
Paper: Elegant Eggplant CS, Neenah CS, Pretty In Pink CS, Basic Grey Eva DSP
Inks: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilities, pink grosgrain ribbon, fiskars border punch

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

It's Summer

Please scroll down for the next 2 postings.
Happy Hump Day everyone! Today at Instyle Stamps, it's Wednesday Challenge day and the challenge is to create a card for the Summer. So what better image to use than Ariel don't you find her just adorable!! This was a fun theme!

I used the colors of my card to represent summer. The warmer and bolder colors. I have also added some pearls which I thought was appropriate since she does live under the sea.
Another finishing touch was adding some crystal lacquer to her fin, tail and seashell bra. Just before it dried, I had sprinkled some glitter to make her shiny. Hope you will join us for the challenge. All you need to do is create a card with an ISS image, follow the theme and upload your card to THIS post. There will be one winner chosen at random to win a digital image of their choice! Have fun and can't wait to see what you create!
Card Details:
Stamp: In Style Stamps
Paper: Basic Grey Marrakkech, Pacific Point CS, Neenah CS
Inks: Copics
Accessories: nestabilites, pearls, chocolate chip grosgrain ribbon, copic airbrush system

From the Heart

It's Flutterby Wednesday time! Butterflies always make me happy and so do Wednesdays, it tells me that I made it halfway through the week! This week our challenge is to create a card using a sketch and telling us where it came from. I did my card based upon a sketch from the
Just Magnolia Challenge. My sweet friend Rach has created this sketch.
This was a fun and easy sketch to use for the challenge. I love the brand new Wisteria papers from Basic Grey and just had to use it. Somehow this paper just reminds me of a wedding, I think because it's soft and sweet looking. I got to finally use this Tilda! Actually I have tons of Magnolia stamps that have been waiting to be used from last year. I got a supply of stuff that need to be used. Are any of you like that? I will get to them eventually, I'm in no rush.
When creating this card, I ended up coloring the image first and then choosing my papers. This is not my usual card making process. I will choose the stamp, paper and then color so that everything matches well. I got pretty lucky this time! After coloring I used my copic airbrush system for a little light behind Tilda and added some flowersoft to her basket of flowers. One thing I did to achieve that color of flowersoft was mix a little bit of green, blue and ivory. Then I used my copic pen and slightly colored the ivory for a little darker purple. I also ran 2 different ribbons around my card and the last thing added was the sentiment.
I hope you like this card and will give the Flutterby and Just Magnolia challenges a try. You still have a little time left. To check out what the rest of the Flutterby team has created, just click on their names below.
Thanks for stopping by and scroll down to see the new release from Pink Cat Studio.
Card Details:
Stamp: Magnolia Butterfly Collection, sentiment (stampin' up)
Paper: Basic Grey Wisteria, Neenah CS, Bordering Blue CS
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Prima Flowers, Lavendar Organdy Ribbon, Silver cord, Flower soft, slot punch,

They're Here!

The wait is over, and now you are able to purchase your very own set of Sporty Billy stamps from Pink Cat Studio!! This set is the perfect set for creating those difficult cards for boys/men. In fact Father's Day is just around the corner and if your Dad loves sports, you know just what you need to create with.

I sure hope that you enjoyed the cards that I have shown you for this release. Have a great day and Happy Shopping!!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Surfah Billy

Welcome to sneak peek Day #2 for Pink Cat Studio's Sporty Billy. I actually did backwards posting of my cards yesterday. So, surfer Billy was supposed to be for yesterday and baseball Billy for today. Oops! Here he is, doesn't he look like he's having fun riding the waves with his pal?
He is one of my favorites from this set and I love the color combo of orange and shades of blues together, in this case, turquoise. Seeing the dog on the board with Billy reminds me so much of highschool days when my friends and I would surf and see some guys with their dogs on the ends of their surfboards. Dogs love the water too! =)
I colored my image with copics and have added some crystal lacquer to the board to give it a shiny, wet look and used my copic airbrush system for the light sunlight in the back of Billy. Stay tuned for the release of these images tomorrow! To see what the rest of the design team has created, please see yesterday's posting.
Card Details:
Paper: Only Orange CS, Neenah White CS, Rainbow Sherbet DSP
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Nestabilities, Crystal Lacquer, Oval punches, Striped grosgrain ribbon
Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your sweet comments.
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