Spring Colours card to case and altered the layout a little because it was a sketch challenge, keeping the yellow and green flowers, different image and added a sentiment.
This card also fits for the CopicOz Challenge to create a Summertime themed card with a twist to use Yellow and Green Copics!!! :) There's an awesome prize of 12 Copic Ciao Markers to be won, so come and play with us, you have until January 24th!!! You can find all the details HERE!!
I started with an aqua base and layered with white, green and two pieces of Thrift Shop DP. Over the join I added some yellow satin ribbon. The Daffodils are from JustRite's brand new set called The Greatest Joy (which also has some roses and crocuses!) and I've stamped it in Memento Tuxedo Black onto X-press It Blending Card and coloured with Copics (Y21, Y35, Y38, YG11, YG13, YG17) and then cut it out with scissors and a scalpel. I then stamped the border also from The Greatest Joy, in Memento Bamboo Leaves and cut it out with Large Oval Nestabilities and popped the Daffodils up on foam tape. I framed this with yellow cut with Large Scallop Oval Nestabilites and then a frame of aqua cut with Label 8 Nestabilities. I did all the cutting with my Grand Calibur.....and guess what.....you can cut them ALL AT ONCE!!!! COOL!!!! What a time saver!!! :) Then sentiment is from JustRite's new Happy Everything Mini Tag Kit - comes with 18 SENTIMENTS, a MINI BORDER, 4 TAG DIES and a clear STAMPER!!!! I used the Birthday sentiment and the two smallest of the tag dies to cut and frame it! Finished off by adding a yellow satin bow and a couple of small yellow pearls to the top corner.
Stamps - The Greatest Joy, Happy Everything Mini Tag Kit (JustRite)
Paper - X-press It Blending Card, Aqua, White, Green and Yellow Bazzill, October Afternoon Thrift Shop DP
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Memento Bamboo Leaves
Accessories - Copics,Happy Everything Tag Set, Label 8, Large Oval and Large Scallop Oval Nestabilities, Grand Calibur, Yellow Satin Ribbon, Bow Easy, Yellow Pearls, Foam Tape
Before I go, I've had a lot of emails, comments and messages at SCS and Facebook asking if we are being affected by the Queensland Floods. Although we have had a lot of rain, we live south and east of the massive flooding that you have been seeing in the news. As I write this, my parent's town of Maryborough is experiencing flooding and roads in all directions have been cut off. Their home is up on a hill and well away from the river and they are in no danger of flooding and taking it all in their stride. Thank you so much for all your thoughts and prayers - it's so nice knowing that so many of you care - from all over the world!
That's all from me today, thanks for visiting!!!! :)