Design Resume

Monday, July 27, 2009

Farm Fresh Friday "Fluttery Floral"

This week's challenge over at The Greeting Farm is "Fluttery Floral". The requirements are to include flowers and butterflies in you creation. Super fun, and super easy! Who doesn't use flowers and butterflies in almost every card? Seriously! Notice that I put Liquid Glass on her shoes to make them look like patent leather. Also, the light highlights in her hair were simply created by coloring them with my pencils, then I used an eraser to erase some of the color away making it look like light shimmering off her hair. So much for fancy Copics huh?!

Another chance to use my Miss Anya stamps. Can't wait for the NEW RELEASE of their "Miss Anya Dressy" collection! Good thing that this is the prize for this weeks winner. Wish me luck!

Materials: All CTMH. Bella L2pp, pansy purple cs, black and desert sand ink, Say it in Style ss, liquid glass, chocolate dot ribbon, sponge.
Other: Miss Anya ss--TGF, MS butterfly punch, EK scallop punch, Crayola colored pencils, pearls--Michael's, hole punch.

Since I had this paper out and cut already, I thought I'd make a second one for my friend Josie. She hired me to make her cards for the year for birthdays of her friends and family. I decided to color Anya with blonde hair this time. I put some Stickles on the edges of the felt flower.

Materials: All CTMH. Bella L2pp, pansy purple and colonial white cs, black and desert sand inks, Fringed Phrases ss, liquid glass, sponge.

Other: Miss Anya ss--TGF, pink felt flower--Heidi Swapp, Crayola colored pencils, misc. button, Stickles, EK scallop punch, hole punch.


Jenny said...

What a great card! The colors are lovely, and I really like the Anya stamps. They are fun to color.


Amy's Stocking Stuffers said...

What a beautiful card! Your coloring is amazing!

Sparkle said...

What a gorgeous card! I love that paper pack.

Angie Cortes said...

Wow!! Anya looks amazing!! Your coloring is awesome! Thanks for the tip on the highlights in the hair I will have to try that!!

Stamp and Smile said...

Jenn, your coloring is amazing! I can see the "shine" off the air and get such a 3-D effect! Fun colors too... SMILES girl!! :)