Friday, February 20, 2015

Southwestern Charm

Happy Friday, all! =) Here is a card that I made using some super fun stamps from Paper Smooches.


Isn't Miss Cactus delightful? I tried no line coloring on her. =)


Miss Cactus and her head piece are from Paper Smooches' Southwestern Charm set. She is stamped with MFT's Sno Cone Hybrid ink, colored with Copic markers then fussy cut out.


The patterned paper is from Public Library 8x8 Paper Pad by October Afternoon and the sentiment comes with the Southwestern Charm set.

That's all for now. Don't forget to check out the February challenge over at Inspiration Journal! Also, you can use discount code wonderland at check out when you shop in the Inspiration Emporium Store to receive 10% off your entire order! =)

Have happy day and thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: (white, kraft) Papertrey Ink
clear stamps: Paper Smooches
patterned paper: October Afternoon
hybrid ink: (Sno Cone) My Favorite Things
dye ink: (Black) Simon Says Stamp
fiber: (gold embroidery thread) DMC
accents: (enamel dots) My Mind's Eye
stickers: (flocked Japanese washi tape) mt Kamoi Kakoshi
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
Miss Cactus: G29, YG17, Y09, YG03
flower: RV17, RV14, RV13
cards size: 3 3/8" x 5 1/8"

11 comments:

~amy~ said...

Sooo cute, love it.

mgoll88 said...

really cool!

LG
Michaela

Bad Kitty said...

cute card

Miriam Prantner said...

Love that coloring!

Shelly said...

Totally LOVE this! Miss Cactus is AWESOME!

Lisa Lara said...

Total cuteness Alice. I just love all the details that make this perfection.

Celeste Goff said...

So stinking adorable!

Nora N. said...

This is oh so cute!! I love how you colored the cactus and placed it over the layered pp background. The washi is the perfect touch. Really adorable card!!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so super cute.

donna mikasa said...

Eeeek! so cute that I wanna hug him!

butterfly said...

Just love this - fabulous use of space and I love those layered patterned paper scraps.
Alison x

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