Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Floral Tuesday


Hi everyone! Hope your weekend was fun and relaxing. Today I have some floral cards to share with you. The images come from the amazing stamp company Stamp La Jolla. I love their beautiful and adorable designs. The first card features a stargazer lily (one of my favorite flowers). I colored it in with my Copics . The layout is a older SCS sketch challenge. The patterned paper is from new Memory Box line called Sprout. I thought it would go perfectly since the soft patterns went with the delicate flowers. Other card stock is SU Blush Blossom, Certain Celery, Pretty in Pink, and GP white. The ribbon and brads are also SU. To frame the flower I used my circle and scalloped nesties. To complete the first card I did some paper piercing on the top and lower edges. For the second card I used the satin flower image. I colored it in with my copics in the same color scheme as the large prima flower. When I saw these primas I immediately thought of this stamped image because I thought they looked very similar. I wanted to stack them together so I tried to match the colors. The flowers are held together with a Making Memories glitter brad. I used the Memory Box Sprout patterned paper on this card too. Other card stock is SU Pumpkin, Banana, Guava, and GP white. Other accessories ribbon, white gel pen, and SU brads. Well that is all I have for today but stay tuned for some more stamping.
Hugs,
Ana

7 comments:

Marja Sch said...

What a beauties. Such a lovely creations.

leenda said...

Love em both!

theysaywordscanbleed said...

gorgeous cards

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Ila said...

Both of these cards are just Beautiful!!

Velta said...

Ana ~ I love both flowers, the designs are lovely...the lily really caught my eye. Maybe because my good friend just had twins, a boy and a girl and she named the girl Lily :)

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

Ana, these are so beautiful. They really just pop out at you. Nice job. Thanks for sharing.