Friday, October 27, 2017

Really (girly) wonderful!

My teen asked for a birthday card to give to a friend of hers.  I really went with a girly card-- they are teens and acting so mature-- I just love when my daughter still acts like a little girl with her friends.

Supplies and notes:

  • 6" Square base inked in Picked Raspberry DOx then stamped with Seth Apter's circles in Versamark Dazzle Watermark pad in Champagne then embossed with Ranger EP in Princess Gold
  • The colorful panels were leftovers from inking a page of Cosmo Cricket watercolor resist paper colored with Color Bursts.  I added these with the sewing machine.
  • Gold thread laid on the card and Tim Holtz paper dolls set on top using 3M dimensional adhesive.  The paper dolls were edged with Stickles in Mercury Glass.
  • Gemstones from my stash
  • Sentiment stickers from the dollar store-- what a find!
I'd like to share this at the following two challenges:


  1. So beautiful! Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday!

  2. This is absolutely beautiful

    Thank you for joining us at TRY IT ON TUESDAY

    Have a wonderful weekend

  3. Great mix of styles, vintage non colored image and colorful modern style papers go hand in hand on your design here.

  4. What fabulous colours! I love the way your colours and shapes contrast with the vintage image.

  5. Its a beautiful girly card. Thank you for joining us at TioT's this time.

  6. Love this! The vintage image goes so well with your background! Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday!Chrisx

  7. Its fab, the mix of colours and splashes of gold are just great.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge x