I started by inking up the vine/floral image with Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade and Pink Pourette markers and stamping it on Whisper White cs. (I did this several times.) I adhered it to an Early Espresso card base. See that cool strip along its left? Well that's a self-adhsive die-cut from SU's Tea Time Simply Scrappin' Kit. That cool pink tag is from the kit too. I adhered the self-adhesive die-cut tag to a coordinating chipboard piece and then embellished it with the Lucky Limeade hummingbird, rhinestones, tags and button/Baker's Twine combo. Easy peasy!
TFL - Regina
Date: Saturday, July 16, 2011 GMT Views: 2379
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Sat, Jul 16, 2011 @ 8:19 PM
Wow Regina! Your card is a real beauty :-) I LOVE the chipboard covered label, colors, inked with diff. colors vine, layout, border, hummer, button, twine.......good grief.....absolutely everything! TFS Into my fav's
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Wed, Jul 20, 2011 @ 4:20 PM
You may make it sound easy, but it doesn't look easy to me. Especially the 3 colored imaged randomly stamped. YIKES, I would get into trouble with that. I LOVE the effect it had on your card. The hummingbird, dp, button, sentiment panel, etc. turned this into a dyn-o-mite card Regina!
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