Thursday, May 19, 2011

Tilda is Thinking of You!

Here's a cute little Tilda and you know she's thinking about you!  This is one of the cards I'm doing in my class this Saturday at Enchanted Cottage.  She is such a cutie and great fun to color.  The papers are Bazzill and Memory Box.  The pearls and ribbon are from my Cottage stash.  I also used Nestabilities, a Martha Stewart punch and a an EK Success punch.  Of course she's colored with Copics.  Hope you like her!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Feeling blue!

And yellow with just a touch of green!  This is another Hero Arts flower that I stamped three times, colored with Copics and cut out the different layers to stack them.  The sentiment is also Hero Arts.  I used my Nestabilities and a Cuttlebug embossing folder but its hard to see the embossed part in the picture.  The paper is Bazzill and I'm afraid I can't remember who the printed paper is by.  I thought the buttons kindof mimicked the flower stamp and finished the card off just right.  Thanks for looking!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Graduation's Coming

Are you ready?  Here's a card I created with Stampendous and Hero Arts stamps and colored with Copics.  I also used Spellbinders Nestabilities and a tassel.  I didn't have a black tassel so I had to air brush a green tassel with my black Copic marker.  Worked pretty good!  Anyway, it was a fast card to create and looks pretty cute!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Collage Stamp with Copics

This is such a pretty stamp that I had to use it on a card.  I wanted to use my Copics, of course!  I also used My Minds Eye papers and I little tulle as an accent.  I also used the tiniest bit of Stickles for just a little bit glitz.  A very simple card with a little elegance!

Monday, May 2, 2011

More Hero Arts!

I love the new stamps Hero Arts released this year.  I love flowers and these are big and bold!  This card was done with Copics and some Hero Hues and Stickles but I honestly can't tell you who the paper is made by.  I'm sorry, these were just some papers I found at Enchanted Cottage and I liked how they looked together.  I did use the EK Success Daisy Chain punch for the border but it's hard to see in the picture.  I thought the card came out kindof cute and perfect for that tween or teen in your life!