I am back for another card share as this one really was fun given that I had fnally found some time to make a card with dies I had on my desk top for a few weeks. Finally. The Marianne Design background die I used is one of my all time favorites, so putting the two die sets together, was a fun thing to do and pleasing. I also was inspired by Kittie's card I had seen online it was so pretty, I had a go at it, in a different color of flower and pistil and different leaves. Thanks Kittie. Having a last minute Birthday card to send, this was perfect for me.
I have used some Pan pastel "Orange" to color the inner yellow flowers. I used Copic markers to color the pistil base in green, and brown for the tips. I also shaded some of the leaves with some "lime green" Pan Pastel. So I hope you enjoy the viewing of this card, I will make more cards with the lily set since it is such an easy flower to make (not so much time consuming as other flowers, just in case you were wondering). *Smiles*
I had a few extra minutes, so I added the MFT446 die cut image at the bottom of this post.
We had our last class at the store on Wednesday. It was sour grapes as I had appreciated the ladies that had been coming to this easy card making class, thank you everyone, thank you Charlene and staff! I finished on a SOLD OUT class, isn't that fun? Some of my class attendees have my blog address now, I want to make sure to say Welcome to all of you. You will find more ideas for cardmaking here, so just sit back and browse at as many albums and previous posts as you may desire, enjoy!
Here is my card inspired by Kittie's card from this passed Wednesday.
I added some half pearls to strategic areas to finish the card. Have you ever tried to use alcohol ink based markers to color your white pearls??? You should, you don't need to buy any pearls of color anymore. Just match your colors with your images, a few coats of the color you need and voila! Custom colored pearls at your service.
Card view at sunset!
Thank you for stopping by today, I will have another pink card to share next! Visit often, if you so incline to do so, you can leave a comment before you leave. You can subscribe to my blog so you don't miss a post.
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"MFT446 Die cut" seen above. Only 3 pieces are needed for this flower, both of the 3 petals and the pistil located to the left.