I am loving the new Cosmo Cricket DeLovely collection. Such beautiful, vibrant colors. They make me smile just looking at them so of course I couldn't wait to get started.
First up is my contribution to this week's Taylored Expressions challenge. This is my first project using a digital stamp. I'm not exactly sure why I've been resistant to them. I think the pure stamper in me was reluctant. I don't really see myself ever converting fully over to digital but I will add them to the mix. I printed the Tiddly Inks image onto PTI cardstock using my Epson Artisan 810, colored with Copic markers and then cut with my circle Nestabilities, inking around the edges while it was still in the die. I used the matching sticker sheet for the small turquoise border and the circles at the bottom. I matted the floral circles onto cardstock and then mounted them onto the card with pop dots.
Products: Cosmo Cricket Delovely pp and stickers; Tiddly Inks Digital stamp, Bazzill cs (card base), PTI cardstock, May Arts ribbon, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Copic Markers, pins from a seller on Etsy
Copic Markers: Face-E00, E02, R20; Hair, Shoes and Stockings-RV13, RV04, RV17; Hat and Dress-BG10, BG11, BG13; Flowers and stockings-Y11, Y21,YG21, YG25, YG23
Next up is a simple scrapbook page featuring my granddaughter Clara. The fun bright colors in the DeLovely line really fit her happy personality. On this particular day she was in our favorite place which happens to be anywhere outside, strolling her babydoll around!
Products: Cosmo Cricket Delovely pp and sticker, American Crafts thickers, May Arts ribbon, Prima flowers, pins from an Etsy shop
That's it for today. As always, thank you for stopping by.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Isn't it Delovely?
Posted by Nancy Thomas at 5:00 AM
Labels: Tiddly Inks
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I just love your card! Of course, the page is adorable too... I hope you don't mind, but I posted a link to your card to the Tiddly Inks Paper Craft Pro comments section... It's just too cute not to share! ;)ReplyDelete