oh my goodness, girlgeek101...I am so gonna pay for staying up playing in your wonderful pin board for 'nighty night'! Wish I could play ALL day long...what serious inspiration. And I did go beyond this gorgeous peacock gown, I really did, but this gown is a dream, wouldn't you say????
I used Stampington's The Calligraphy Robe inked in black, embossed, and then colored with Gellatos. I added a teeny bit of obi sash in a bronze trim. She is popped above my feathered panel. The sentiment is from Inkadinkadoo and inked in the chalkboard style with Seafoam embossing powder. And then all along the right edge is a peacock feather stamp from Rubber Monger...inked with VersaMark and embossed with Verdigris (Ranger). My green background panel is a piece of ART paper with a heavy texture to it. I finished this dreamy card with the cotton/mesh white buds.
And what would the truth be if I told???? I'd have to say I am more a gypsy than a peacock....
Thanks for stopping by, I so appreciate your comments...how about your alter ego...are you a gypsy or a peacock?.
Date: Saturday, January 4, 2014 GMT Views: 693
Registered: February 5, 2007 Location: St. Louis, MO Posts: 60447
Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 5:08 AM
Love your creative card with the great sentiment...and, of course, beautiful and unique stamps to carry out your message. Your cards are always easy to pick out in any gallery without even seeing your user name.
Registered: July 9, 2008 Location: Stars Fell on Alabama Posts: 42413
Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 6:23 AM
Another creative card from you. I always love to see what you do and this one is super duper. Love your inspiration, too.
Gyspy or peacock? Hmmmmmmm....just don't know, I'll have to think on that one. :-)
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Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 7:45 AM
I love the way you stamped the peacock feathers on the right - beautifully cool and they show up nicely. That blue green you used is the perfect peacock color and looks so nice surrounding your geisha. Gelatos are one of the many things I would like to try this year - (my list is growing, but not the size of my craft room.) I'm probably a gypsy too - picking up the things I like along my paths. :>) Thanks for sharing!