For a happily ever after

Hi

I m going to keep this post simple. I made this card for a friend of mine who was celebrating her anniversary. I must say, they are one romantic cute couple  and the card I made is perfect for them.

I made this card using a digital stamp. There’s a whole big wide world of digital stamps and they are so pretty especially after coloring!

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This card brings out the romance in the air, doesn’t it?

Supplies:

Paper: Peppermint bazzill cardstock, Neenah solar white cardstock, My minds eye patterned paper (from stash)

Stamp: Some odd girl ( http://someoddgirl.com/index.php/digitalstamps/2-hearts-kody-mae-detail) You can find the digital stamp in the link above.

Ink : Versamark inkpad, white embossing powder hero arts

Copics :

Kody : E 37, E25 (for hair) ;  E21, E40 (skin) ;RV13 for cheek blush;  B26, B24, B21 ( jeans), R24 , C6, C1  (shirt);  R29 and R24 (shoes) , E25(eyes)

Mae: 100, C6, C3 (for hair) ;  E21, E40 (skin) ;RV13 for cheek blush; N1 (eye shadow) ; C3, C1 (shirt) , C1 (shoes)

Heart : R29, R24 , stickles

Misc: Pink and white twine, Pennant flags cut from patterned paper , distressing tool

Steps :

1. Cut card base A 2 size cardstock (top folding) 4.25 inches X 5.5 inches  from 8.5 inch X 11 inch peppermint cardstock.

2. Cut card panel from patterned paper (size 4 inch X 5.25 inches). Distress the edges using distress tool. Attach the twine on upper right corner . Glue the card panel to card base.

3. Print the digital image (approx 4.75 inches height X 3 inches width) in neenah solar white cardstock and color with copics. Using versamark ink pad stamp sentiment (my stash) and white emboss it.  Hand cut and attach to card panel using foam dots.

4. Hand cut the pennants and attach using tiny foam dots.

Voila !

I m eager to see the smile on my friend’s face when I hand her this card!

Hope you enjoyed!

Vidya

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