Freitag, 29. Mai 2009
And this is my implementation:
Both cards have the same layout but various colours. They are made of the scallped punch from SU cut into hearts and then embossed and coloured with chalk and stickles.
I hope you like it!
Mittwoch, 27. Mai 2009
The birthday invitation card for my daughter:
Stamps are from the Pink Cat Studio. The image is coloured with watercolours due to lack of copics at that point! I added some gillter on Lily!
And the birthday invitation card for my twin boys. I had to make two diffrent types. The one with Lily for the girls and the one only with Billy for the boys. They wished to have a biclyle tour - hopefully the girls do not expect to be carried in the basket from the boys....
Stamps are from the Pink Cat Studio and Stampin' up. The image is coloured with copics (!!!!). For the first time I could test them - they are GREAT!!! I used a bit of glitter to get it a nice look! Not too much because of boys.
In my garden I found a rose in the matching colour! The stamp is savvyshoppabella, cardstock from Stampin' up and other paper and matching ribbon from Tilda. Embellisment with Fun Flock, breads and Stickles.
First of all a tiny bit of me:
I have started stamping about 9 month ago. I was offered a scrapbooking lesson as a birthday present of a girlfriend of mine. I did not convince me but the shop offering the lesson was also offering stamps. I saw the beautiful cards made of stamps and then I discoverd "Bella". I was instantly fallen in love. This is how it started.
Gradually I purchased the necessary material including paper, stamps, ink, embellisment, etc.
For my 40th birthday two weeks ago I got a lot of stamping stuff from my husband, parents and friends. A German Stampin' up demonstrator made a virtuell "party" for my where all my friends could order something from my wish list...
This ist what I got. It feels like heaven!
I think I can quite work with that. I have now approx. 70 copic markers and a cuttlebug!
As a got so many stamps from my friends I decided to make each of them a card produced with theirs stamps to say THANK YOU! (Thank God that no one offered me a Christmas set!)
And here are the first results:
This is the next one:
And another one:
Here I cut out hearts with the scalloped flower, embossed them with the cuttlebug and coloured them with chalk and Stickles.
And last but not least:
This is what I did so far for this project. There were others in the interim!