Monday, July 9, 2012

Hawai'i!!!

Hawai'i....we hope everyone gets to experience 'aloha.'

This was way easier than it probably looks. I didn't spend much time coloring either, but used two Copics and a Memento marker for each flower. The Mementos have a super sharp point on one end which created the tiny thin lines in each flower. I have Copic Ciaos so it was hard to get that thin of a line with those.

Flower Technique:

Stamp and color the flowers. (see above) It was easy to cut the flowers out, cut down between each petal, then curled back on a pen :D Then I used a finger to spread Stickles diamond all over each flower. The butterflies and the sentiment are completely done with Clear Embossing Powder (you can't see but the square sentiment really looks like it is glass).

Use your favorite corner paper punch, add some crystals, ribbon, pop dot the sentiment & flowers.

Stamps by Melanie Muenchinger, Stately Flowers Set 4 - available at Gina K. Designs!



Thank you so much for stopping by!!! I hope you enjoyed your peek - hugs, Rosy

Update - Mahalo to SpeedyTV for picking my card in Challenge #28 (Flamingos on Vacation Stamp Set)

7 comments:

  1. So pretty! The flowers are just lovely with the Stickles and turned up petals. Glad you joined us at FOSTV this week.

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  2. Beautiful ard! The flowers are perfect. Thanks for joining us at FOSTV.

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  3. Your flowers are stunning!!! The overall look of your card is fabulous!!! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends!

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  4. Feel like I'm on the island looking at your beautiful flowers. Thanks for playing with us at FOSTV this week.

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  5. Love those flowers - make me want to go back to Hawaii.

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  6. Gorgeous card. I love those stunning flowers. Thanks for playing along with Friends of SpeedyTV. We hope to see you again next week. Be sure to check out all the other challenges on SpeedyTV for more chances to win free stamp sets from Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!