Friday, April 26, 2013
Happy Holly-Day Inspirational Friday! I feel so great this morning. It's my day off and I got to sleep in. So I got a little catch up on my sleep and I still feel like I have a whole day to do what I want! Whooo Hooo! I tend to stay up to late and sleep deprive myself all week long, lol. I know, such a child.
Oh and it's payday! And I worked extra on this paycheck. I know where I am going Shopping!
Actually this is going to be a great weekend. Guess who is coming to town to the LSS? Yep, The La La Land Lady herself! So I'm in workshops all day tomorrow! Fun!!! I love these cute little images as well and I love learning how other people put their own spin on creating. It gets the mojo juices flowing and I love that feeling.
For today's card, I combined MFT Springtime Wishes with Magnolia Tulip Walkway. I was not sure if the the scene stamps would work with my MFT gals, but they are PERFECT! Thank God today is payday so I can pick up a few of them before you all run and grab them all up, lol. Laura has a few of these scenes in her store, so I am so excited I decided to "try" it out. When I first saw the tulip walkway scene, I knew it would go perfectly with the Springtime Wishes Tulip gal.
Do you know how to put a scene with a stamp image? First I inked up my Spingtime Wishes gal (with Memento Black Ink) and stamped her onto Copic Paper. Then I inked her up again and stamped her onto scratch paper. Where I work, vendors are always coming in and giving us sticky note paper with their logo on it. So I just use these because they are all various sizes. Then I fussy cut out the girl. You don't have to be exact and I did not cut out the flowers or stems. Then I put removable dotto on the scratch paper cut-out. And then I inked up my Magnolia Tulip Walkway and stamped it on scratch paper. And I hold it next to the MFT gal and get an idea where abouts I want to stamp this image over her. I knew I wanted her feet about center with the walkway. And then I reink it and ink it on top of the Springtime Wishes gal that is covered with fussy cut scratch paper. Then I airbrushed and was careful around the ground border. And then I remove the scratch paper and viola. I have the perfect Outdoor Scene. Then I colored with Copics, stamped the image onto paper and fussy cut out the dress and bow and glued them on with the best glue ever.
I used this weeks sketch from MFT, Echo Park Paper - Sweet Girl, and MFT Crown Border, that I added some pearls to the tops of the crowns and then added pearls to the top of the card.
I hope you have a great weekend and have a chance to play in our Challenge - The Great Outdoors. And go shopping for borders and cute little images!!!
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