When I first started stamping, my mom and I would LOVE to color up some of Art Impressions Golden Oldies -- we'd make all kinds of silly cards for friends! When I cleaned out my stamp room recently, I found a couple shoe boxes full of these stamps and realized they needed some love! And, while I was looking to see if these stamps were still in production, I stumbled upon the Art Impressions blog a they were hosting a challenge too!
So, what's the challenge? Well, it's all about BIRTHDAYS! So, I decided to dig into that box and make a fun card for a friend who has an upcoming birthday!
I have to tell you this sweet angelic lady was fun to color up! Ironically, my family was watching World War Z when I decided to break out the Copic markers to color. Nothing like coloring up an angel when you're watching a zombie movie! LOL!
I digress! I stamped Birthday Glory on Cougar Opaque White Card Stock using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then, as I said, grabbed my Copic markers and went to town! After I was done, I did add a little razzle dazzle with some glitter glue. I cut the little lady out and popped her up on my card front. All of the papers are a mix of Echo Park patterns. Add a little seam binding ribbon in white and some bling and.... ta da!
I should mention, the inside reads: For someone as special as you, only Angelfood would do! Happy Birthday! (Love that!)
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Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 GMT Views: 1014
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Mon, Jul 28, 2014 @ 5:21 AM
Oh, Julie, this is fabulous!! I just love how you've colored her up and fussy cut her and used such vibrant colors for your papers!! What a fun birthday card, and I have an idea who this might be for! She'll love it, and nothing else but angel food would do for her!! Hugs, sweet friend, and thanks for my Monday morning delight!! (I see why this got faved, and what fun memories of when you and your mom would color when you first started stamping!)