Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Sugar n Spice Marci Card by Sue

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue has made a very cute card to share, I hope you enjoy it.
Sue has used the La La Land Stamp "Sugar n Spice Marci".


Products Used:
Stamps: La La Land - Sugar n Spice Marci & Hero Art Clear Design - Cupcakes
Cardstock:  Mulberry, White & Xpress-it Blending Cardstock
Paper: Echo Park - Springtime
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine - Onyx Black
Copics:  E31, E33, E35, E37, E50, E51, E53, R20, R81, R83, R85, R89, Y11, Y13, Y15, RV0000, RV00, Colourless blender
Accessories: Nestabilities Labels 1Labels 18, Labels 19, Daffodil Satin Ribbon, Silver Rhinestones (coloured with R85), Clear Spica Glitter Pen.



















Tutorial:
Stamp Marci onto Xpress-it Blending cardstock using the Tuxedo black ink, colour using the Copic markers listed.  In the card shown, I have added clear Spica Glitter Pen to Marci’s headband, the heart on the cup cake and dotted onto the icing.
From the Echo Park Springtime paper pack, cut the yellow and white striped paper 130mm x 130mm, the dotted paper 130mm x 55mm.
Cut a thin strip of Mulberry cardstock  (approx 130mm x 5mm), attach to the dotted paper , then attach both of these to the striped paper with double sided tape.  Attach a ribbon, securing at the back with double sided tape, then attach all of this to a 130mm x 130mm card base.
Cut a label using the Label one set  (I have used the 5th largest)  from the Mulberry cardstock and from the white cardstock cut a label from the labels nineteen (I have used the 4th largest), layer the labels and Marci onto the card as pictured.
Stamp your sentiment onto Xpress it Blending cardstock using the Tuxedo black ink, draw over the writing lightly using RV00 copic marker.  Add to the card and decorate with Rhinestones coloured with R85 copic marker.
Lastly finish off with a bow & you are done.


















Sharing Ideas.....Fab Find!

A super sweet layout & video using the new "Elizabeth Park" Collection, with it's beautiful spring colours.
Video & Tutoral are courtesy of Tania from Little Yellow Bicycle.
(Visit our blog or You tube to watch the video)








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Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting,


Evelyn

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