The image was coloured with Gamsol and Prismacolor pencils and I added Kindyglitz Crystalina to the flower centres. I lightly chalked the bg and grass with Kaisercolour chalks. The sentiment was stamped with a mix of the 2 pigment inks to get the matching colour to the dp and was heat-embossed with clear ep. All the panels have been popped up on dimensionals. The tiny pink hearts were punched with my EK Success Arrows border punch (ie: the leftover punchies) because the arrows look like tiny hearts to me :-) and I added Kindyglitz pink to all the hearts. The fancy diecut on the top LHS is from the Cuttlebug Vintage Die set of 4.
The (dry) embossing was done with my CB and Crafts Too "Daisies" ef. On the lower panel (where you write your message), there is a Scor-Pal line above the embossing on the buttermilk cs. The bow was made in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was was made with my Bow Easy. The brad is from a set by Basic Grey.
Sorry I don't know the exact name of the dp - I only know it's from the DCWV (Die Cuts with a View) Nursery Boy set. The name of it is stuck down to my card and I forgot to write it down before I attached it (which is why I prefer the dp names to run separately along the bottom so I don't cut into the name - just my personal preference!)
Thanks for having a peek at my card!
Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 GMT Views: 228
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Stamp Like You Mean It
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Sat, Feb 13, 2010 @ 10:03 AM
Holy Moley! What a beautiful job! I have just 'fallen' for the easel cards myself, and am hooked. Will have to try another after seeing this! Everything you used just spells *pretty*! TSMFS
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"The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11