Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Easter Lily

I don't have anything new today, but here is a card I hadn't shared on the blog yet, from the last Gina K release. I used the lily from Easter Blessings as the main focal image and some of Emily's yummy digital paper, Rich and Shabby.

I colored the flowers with Copic markers, RV21, RV23, RV25 and my colorless blender.


For the greenery, I used YG03, YG05 and my colorless blender.

Sponged in the background with Bashful Blue, Ballet Blue, Certainly Celery and Old Olive.

I also stamped the ivy vine around the sides of the image panel, with Certainly Celery ink, then on the digi paper background panel with Brilliance White ink. The card base is Regal Rose.

Thanks for popping in. I hope you day is filled with sunshine!

15 comments:

Gvendalen said...

Very beautiful card! The background is magnificent also painting of flowers also.

Danielle said...

You make the most beautiful cards Theresa! They are always so stunningly elegant and your colouring is just fantastic!
Hugs, Danielle

patti j. said...

As always, your card is just delightful! Love, love, love the sponging that you do. I am curious about the type of sponge you use - wonder if that makes a difference??? Share that with us sometime, if you think about it! Great job again, you are amazing!

catdidit said...

Oh Theresa, this is gorgeous! I love how you have the swirls on the edges there and of course the coloring ROCKS!

Elena said...

How beautiful, Theresa! Absolutely gorgeous coloring! Love the swirls on the edges!

craftimamma said...

This is lovely Theresa. What beautiful colours (and colouring). The image and the swirls are great too.

Lesley

Roxy said...

Goregous! I just got this set last week and I love it!

Norine said...

I just love your work so pretty
awesome coloring
Hugs
Norine

Tonya said...

This is gorgeous!!

Silvana said...

beautifull!!!

Toni K said...

Gorgeous! Love the colors and the coloring of course;>

POPPET said...

Simlpy stunning, hugs Pops x x x

Tracey said...

Very pretty! Love the colours!! xx

Deb Neerman said...

So beautiful, love it!

Shirley said...

Abolutely gorgeous! Love that background technique and your vibrant flower!