Sunday, February 24, 2013

SMILING DAISIES


I'm playing in this week's 
I'm so excited for my friend Andrea (stampinandrea)
I chose THIS CAS beauty to case.
My Changes:
Added a black mat
Ink colors
Overlapped the sponged panel with my sentiment

I used my brand new stamp set I designed for A Jillian Vance Design 

I used post-it notes as a mask to sponge my panel.
Using Tim Holtz Distress Inks I sponged my lightest color on the entire panel then sponged the Spiced Marmalade in the center blending with the Scattered Straw then added the Worn Lipstick on the bottom blending with the Spiced Marmalade.  I sponged my colors light then added more color and blended as I went for the nice blended look.

RECIPE:
STAMPS:Flutters & Flowers Designed by Lisa Lara for A Jillian Vance Design
PAPER:White, True Black (Papertrey Ink)
INK:Versafine Onyx Black, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Worn Lipstick
ACCESSORIES:Black crystal sticker, Dimensional tape, Post-it notes, Tim Holtz Blender Tool
TECHNIQUES:Sponging

THANK YOU FOR VISITING. ENJOY YOUR DAY. 

10 comments:

Margie H said...

Fabulous card, Lisa! Love the overall design but that shading is AWESOME <3

Kecia said...

That color gradient sure does make me smile!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Ummm. LOVE! And you may see more digi stamps from me now that I've discovered (rediscovered) Neenah white cardstock, which seems to let me colour with copics without smearing (unlike Whisper White).

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Just realized these images are stamps, which is even better! YAY! I love those open daisies - they're so fun!

Rosemary said...

beautiful card, lisa... sure do like your flutters & flowers set!!

Jay Gee said...

This is just gorgeous Lisa - love everything about this card :)

lostinpaper said...

This is stunning Lisa and so totally pinned!

Kathy Bradley said...

Lisa,
So very pretty and elegant!!

Lynette said...

Love this CAS beauty, Lisa! Great case of a great card - love them both.

Lola said...

Wow. Completely gorgeous. Marking this for later - thanks for the info on how you did the strip.

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