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Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy New Year!

It is 2011 and I hope it will be the best year ever for everyone!

I am starting off with my first card of the New Year.  She is the adorable Magnolia Stamp, Tilda With Cherries.  I used the beautiful apple green crepe ribbon availabe at our store http://www.shop.scrapologyaz.com/.  The papers I used are Bazzil cardstock and the new Valentine paper from Doodlebug Design.  Spellbinders were used for the mat and the stamped image.  I used Bazzil Diamond Bling for the base of the card. 

After I die cut out the stamped image I left the die around the white card stock.   I made a cutter file of the image on my Klic N Kut and then applied it to the top of the colored image as a mask. I then used my airbrush compressor and my Copic Sketch RV02 to airbush in the background.  I have made the Cutter files for all the stamps in our store and I have them for your use for every stamp you purchase from http://www.shop.scrapologyaz.com/.  Here are some pictures to show the process of using a mask.

I stamped the image on Xpress Blender card and used Copic Sketch markers to color in the image.  The receipe is: 
RV 0000,02,04,06,10, R 20,46  E000,00,01,02  N1,3,5  E33,37,99, Y32


Sandy said...

the paper you have used is really neat - cute card.
Sandy Dehon

Suzanne J Dean said...

She's a little beauty and I love, love that beautiful ribbon with her. Great work!


Catherine Atkinson said...

I like the effect of the airbrush. I like to use Tattered Angels to get that look, but it tends to splatter. Great card!

angel4031 said...

I lov the colors you've used xx

Barb Hardeman said...

Gorgeous! Love that crepe ribbon...so pretty with the pink colors. The airbrushing gives more depth to your card it's really pretty...hugs...Barb

Rene said...

Oooh that is a pretty ribbon! Super cute card!
Rene :D

Card Crazy said...

Sweet card. Love the heart paper and the big crinkly bow!
Sue S.

cabio's craft corner said...

Sweet pinkish scheme with a great touch of this ribbon. Lovely colored Tilda.