Thursday, April 29, 2010

Fun With New Toys!

So the other day I let you guys in on a little secret- I feel like I have lost my mojo. I have at this moment in time 10 cards that I need to make (either requests or Mother's Day I need to send). I still have not done one card that I need to do...but last night I opened up my box that arrived from PTI and I actually did a little playing. Inside my magic box of tricks was cardstock in my favorite colors- pinks and purples...and their new release designer paper- Dotty Biscotti...yes you guessed it is polkadot paper... plus this fabulous leaf ribbon that I decided to order on a whim. I decided to color up this new digi set I got from Tiddly Inks called Bloom Q. I played with my new Smooch Illuminate paint, and I finally opened my new Martha Stewart Doily Lace punch. I used my new Tim Hotlz Alterations Baroque die too! The flowers I picked for this card didn't really match the papers so I colored over them with my Copic RV10 and V91 markers.

The only thing I am not crazy about on this card is that the Smooch made my digi lines run a bit...that is the gray you may see on the flower. Live and I know not to color over printed lines with Smooch.

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Recipe: BloomQ Digi by Tiddly Inks, PTI Plum Pudding Lavender Moon Sweet Blush Kraft Stampers Select White and Dotty Biscotti cardstocks and paper, Martha Stewart Doily Lace Punch, SU! Wide Oval and Scallop Oval Punches, PTI Leaf Ribbon, Prima French White Flowers, Tim Holtz Alterations Baroque die, Smooch Illuminate, Kaisercraft Blush Pearls, Copic Markers- Skin: E000 E00 E21 Clothes/Flower: R20 RV32 RV23 RV21 R21 RV21 RV10 Y23 Y32 Y35 Hair:Y21 Y23 E35


wendyp said...

Sometimes new toys can help that mojo!!! I just received my first copics yesterday in the mail and they were definitely what I needed to help that creative block.

Fabulous card!!! Loving how you colored the flowers to match!

Danni said...

Such an adorable and pretty card!

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