I am very pleased with this card I have made for my sister to give my bridesmaid daughter when she gets married tomorrow. The wedding theme is pink and brown and The beautiful digi stamp from A Day For Daisies was chosen because of the Roses – both my daughter and sister are June birthdays and they are the wedding flower.
ProMarker colours used are: Dress: Pale Pink, Muted Pink; Roses: Salmon Pink, Pastel Pink, Tea Rose (plus Graph it blender); Leaves: Cinnamon, Tan, Sunkissed Pink; Hair: Walnut, Cinnamon, Mustard, Ginger; Skin: Coral, Blush, Satin.
Have I told you that my sister is getting married? Well I have a very busy few days leading up to the first but I just wanted to share this gift I have made for her.
I bought a really cheap and cheerful 8″ scrapbook album from The works. I intend to make digital scrapbook pages of the wedding. I decorated the album using lace scraps from the dress, My Paper Stash embellishments and old necklace and some paper flowers from my stash. For the inside front cover I used a fitting sentiment on a topper also from My Paper stash and mounted it onto a mat made using Spellbinders. As I will give this gift before we have wedding photos, I have printed out the first scrapbook page.
This is the second week in the For a man challenge at The Cheerful Stamp Pad. This great slogan comes from Sentimetal Susan and is available at Stitchy Bear Outlet. I have team the digital sentiment with a Daisy Trail digikit called Swirling Memories. I really love the effect of the lamp post shadow.
Today’s card is for the new Make it cute challenge at Creative Fingers. I have made this card using papers from a free insert in a magazine. They are designed by Jennifer Ellory. This digi is available from the Polkadoodles website and is coloured using Promarkers.
This is the time of year when children thank their teachers – but what about music teachers? I have made this card today for The Cheerful Stamp Pad, using a digistamp and backing papers from SentimentabaSusan – available at the Stitchy bear outlet. I have used stash from Kanabn’s McKenzie and Stampunk ranges to collate the card and the beautiful acetate overlay is from Hunkydory.