Monday, 22 February 2010

Party Princess

And in celebration of the fact that my flu looks like it really is finally going away, my voice is slowly returning to normal and that tomorrow, I'm looking forward to a day of the fabulous Tim Holtz and his amazing products on QVC UK...I thought now would be as good a time as any to break open the champagne, (or maybe Pinot Grigio) and show off my little Party Princess.

Yes, this does mean that I have made a return visit to Funky Kits to buy some more stamps, but who could blame me? They are "Gorjuss" ...And for this card, I wanted to make it bright and cheerful and chose these wonderful backing papers from Rob & Bob's Studio to accompany my image. The image itself was stamped onto a piece of cream card that was die cut on the Cuttlebug and aged around the edges, with the Tattered Rose distress ink and used Promarker Pens to colour it in. I then matted and layered the backing papers and image onto cream cardstock and used ribbon, a gorgeous big, bold flower from DCWV which in it's centre, I added a small blue button and a greeting plaque as the final embellishments. As an extra finishing touch on this card, I coiled a piece of orange wire and adhered this to the flower.

3 comments:

  1. awww...a Princess by a Princess! ;)

    Suzanne Woolcott's stamps are so cute and your card REALLY sets off her illustration brilliantly! Perfect colour choice and die cut is really nice...even love the curly-cue you put on the flower! :D

    A fabulous card, baby and a perfect way to celebrate feeling better! now go easy on the credit card tomorrow! ;p <333

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  2. so pretty, love those colours and dotty ribbon, many thanks for joining in the CCT challenge, hugs Debx

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  3. Thanks Deb, I'm so glad you liked it and it's my pleasure to be part of the CCT Challenge!
    Hope you have a great weekend...
    *hugs* Emma x

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