Good Monday Morning Everyone!
I hope that you all had a beautiful and productive weekend. I most certainly did and I even found the time to create a few cards!
The first card is for Magnolia vs. Stampavie #2 Challenge Clean and Simple
This weeks challenge is to use only three colors....my colors are pink, white and green. Tilda (Ice/ Ballet Princess) is from the Magnolia Pink Collection and the sentiment is from Stamping Bella. I mounted my trimmed Tilda on an oval Nestabilities die and positioned her so that her legs would overlap the oval die. The base card stocks are from SU (pink pirouette) and Papertrey Ink. The design paper is from Imaginisce and is double sided. I used my Martha Stewart lace punch and and embellished with pearls and flowers by Imaginisce.
stamp Magnolia's Ice/Ballet Princess (Pink Collection), sentiment Stamping Bella, inks Copic Markers and Adirondack (Pitch Black), c/s SU's Pink Pirouette and PTI, DSP Imaginisce, Nestabilities oval dies, ribbon Really Reasonable Ribbon, Martha Stewart Punch, pearls and extra fine glitter
My second card is for Lili Of The Valley's Challenge #7 card for a teenager!
I know that all teenage girls don't like the color pink but I think most do! ( I'm not a "teen" anymore but I think I can still relate to them and pink is still among my favorite colors:)
I purchased this adorable stamp from Lili of the Valley's on-line store a few weeks ago. The name of this stamp is Miki and Kimi. I think this image is perfect for two teens that are the "bestest of friends" which translates into a card for a teen!
The base card stock is from SU (Pink Piourette) and the DSP is from SU also. I colored in my image using my Copic Markers and matted it with my rectangle Nestabilities dies. I tilted my image a bit and mounted it using dimensionals from SU. The flowers are from Prima's Heavenly Collection ( very pretty and I love the sparkle!) I also used dew drops, Friskars threading water punch, ribbon and extra fine glitter to embellish.
Thank you all for stopping by and have a wonderful day!