Saturday, February 19, 2011

Miss Anya "Love" Card by Sue

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue has made another lovely card to share, I hope you enjoy it.
Sue has used the "Miss Anya - Love" stamps from The Greeting Farm to create this sweet card.

Products Used:

Cardstock:  Xpress-it Blending Cardstock & Sunflower
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps: The Greeting Farm-‘Miss Anya Love’
Paper: Echo Park Sweet Summertime - Yellow gingham
Copics: E31, E33, E35, E37, E50, E51, Y00, Y11, Y13, Y15, B12, B14, B16, B21
Accessories: Die-namics Scalloped Scallop border, Die-namics Flower & leaf trio, Nestabilities Mega Ovals & Nestabilities Ovals Dies
White Satin ribbon (coloured with B14 copic), flower buttons, Dimensional Magic

Cut Sunflower cardstock to a C6 card size, add a strip of the checked paper from the  Sweet Summertime collection ( approx 30mm x 145mm), leaving a 1.5mm border of the sunflower showing.

Colour a 5cm piece of white satin ribbon with the B14 copic marker, allow to dry.

Cut a sunflower scallop strip (145mm in length), stick this to a floral piece measuring 80mm x 145mm.  Attach the folded satin ribbon on a slight angle in between 2 scallops.   Using foam mounting tape attach these layers to the card as pictured.
Cut one sunflower oval, attach with double sided tape, and one mega oval from the checked paper from the Sweet Summertime collection, attach with double sided foam mounting tape.

Stamp one full Curly Miss Anya and stamp & an additional heart from her necklace, colour with copic markers and cut out.  Attach to the mega oval, raise the additional heart with foam mounting tape. 

Cut out a large and a medium flower from a scrap of gingham paper, using a stylus and mouse pad, mould the flower so the petals curve up.  attach the flowers together with a foam dot and a button with the same.

Attach the remaining buttons with dimensional magic, add a touch of dimensional magic to the heart necklace and her little boots.

Lastly attach a sticker greeting from the Sweet Summertime collection sticker sheet.

All done!!

Sharing Ideas...
Learn how to make this Twisted Easel card HERE


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1 comment:

  1. Wow beautiful card! This card is so wonderful and very interesting. Its picture style is very well and its colors combination very nice. This is really great! Good job!


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