Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Create a Smile Guestie: peace


post 2 of 2 for me today...click HERE for Chickaniddy Crafts.



Hello!

Happy Wednesday!

This is my 3rd week as a Guest Designer over at



I knew I wanted to play with the Jungle Fever set, specifically the Star Gazer Lily image:

cardstock:  pti, strathmore watercolor, paper accents vellum  stamps:  create a smile/jungle fever /your view ink:  staz on black, distress ink picked raspberry, copics  other:  top dog dies mini tags, may arts twine,  savvy jar die

This is my favorite flower...I knew that I wanted to use my distress ink, picked raspberry.  I used my sharpie pen to elongate the stems on the flowers.

I used a die to cut out the mason jar vase.  I colored the backside of the vellum with copic markers for the water.  I finished it off with a peace tag.  The sentiment is from the Your View set.

Thanks so much for stoppin' by and I'd LOVE for you to swing by the Create a Smile to leave me some bloggie love!




26 comments:

  1. oh my word Amy this is gorgeous.. i love how you created the vase.. so totally awesome.

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  2. Ooooh Amy that's awesome! I love the way you did the vase with water! Beautiful card!!

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  3. Absolutely stunning card!! Love the vellum and tag sentiment! Absolutely beautiful!!

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  4. LOVE the coloring on the backside of the vellum and that lily is Gorgeous, Amy!

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  5. Love, love, love the vellum jar...too cute!

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  6. Love the water look, and love those flowers too, gorgeous!

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  7. Oh my gorgeousness! I love this, Amy! Did you color the flowers inside or is it just a solid stamp of the flower? It looks awesome! Coloring the backside of the vellum looks so real! May

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  8. Soooooo gorgeous! LOVING the flowers and how you have them in the jar!!!!!

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  9. Beautiful Amy! I love the water coloring on the vellum, to look like water!

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  10. WOW oh WOW, this lily card, PHENOMENAL girl, LOVE it LOVE it!!!

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  11. Sweet and lovely, Amy! I love the vase and "water"!

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  12. swoon… you know me and vellum, what an awesome project.

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  13. Goregeous! I love that vellum jar!

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  14. Ah! that jar with water is so stunning :) love love love this card !

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  15. Such a beautiful card Amy! I just love those flowers!

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  16. Such a pretty vase of flowers! "Picked raspberry" - love the name; love the colour; love how you've used it!
    Hugs~c

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Cheers,
~amy~