Today I am going to start with one of the samples from my Displays, so this was not a part of the business idea that I presented. We were asked to design and create 12-15 items for the display boards. So I have LOTS to share with you over the coming days!
And remember, this product suite will be available to you as customers as soon as the NEW catalog goes live June 1st!!
It's funny that I am actually choosing to share this sample 1st with you, as this little girl 'scared' me originally for the whole time I was working with the products. She is faceless and it's her back side ... and it honestly reminds me of when I was a little girl and had dolls ... and at night I would have to get up and go turn them to face away from me because I felt like they were staring at me! But after the fact, I really liked this card so much that I duplicated it for the new pre-order card swap that I joined!
This card starts with Shimmery White cardstock for the base and the two stamped layers. It was run through the embossing folder, Falling Petals from the Occasions catalog. The scalloped oval shapes are from the Layering Ovals framelits. The middle oval shape for the girl and the greeting are from the Stitched Shapes framelits (*must have!). I used the new Watercolor Pencils and an Aqua Painter to color in the images, which were stamped with our Archival Basic Black ink. The flowers were cut using the coordinating framelits to the stamp set. To finish off the card, I added a small little bow with some new ribbon trim, this one is with the Rich Razzleberry color.
Thanks - drop me a comment, let me know if you like it! Stop by tomorrow to see another sample featuring her from the dsp!
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