Monday, December 27, 2010

Wonderful Pink Birthday

Hello! I had a chance to make a card today so I am back a little sooner than I had planned. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! I use Friends Are Forever for this card.

I stamped the flower image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored with Copics, starting with RV19. 

I added RV23. 

Then RV21. 

I used colored the other two flowers the same way and used my blender pen to soften the highlights on the petals. I used Y17 in the centers and YG95 on the stems. 

Cut using Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities and sponged Memento Cantaloupe ink, while still in the die. 

I stamped the sentiment, from The Giving Tree, and cut it with another Spellbinders circle die. Then I sponged Memento Cantaloupe ink. 

I layered with Pure Luxury Sweet Corn cardstock and SU Pretty In Pink. I used more Spellbinders dies, this time Scallop Circle Nestabilities, to cut my layers. For the larger background, I sponged Memento Cantaloupe ink and embossed with my Swiss Dots CB folder.


jhet said...

This is really lovely! I really admire your "sponging" talent. :)

God bless and Happy New Year to you and your fam!


Betty Benton said...

Gorgeous card, Theresa! Love all those circles!

Becky said...

Gorgeous card Theresa. Love the colors.

Ruthie said...

this is beautiful!!!!!

Karen said...

Stunning - do love the circles and the scallop circles - would love to be able to recreate but dont have a die cutting machine

Donna said...

Another gorgeous card, Theresa! I so enjoy your tutorials. I left something for you on my blog this morning. You can see it here:

Marie Gamber said...

Theresa, you make the most simple image absolutely elegant!
mrie gamber

Anonymous said...

A magnificent bright card Theresa. I love the colours you've used - I'd never think of putting those two together - sad old me!

Mary Mac

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Beth said...


Your step by step illustrations are most helpful. Thank you. Cards are lovely.

victoriadowns66 said...

love, love, love your coloring techniques