Thursday, August 26, 2010

More Glads


Hi y'all! I have some more gladiolus for you today. I am in love with this set from PTI. My mom grew glads in our garden when I was a kid and they remind me of her. I have always loved them. For this card I started with a kraft base. I stamped a few rows of polka dots with versamark and my polkadot stamp set. Next I stamped the glads on my bitty boxes patterned paper. I used smokey shadow ink. I colored the glads with my copics. I cut it out with my nesties (long scalloped rectangles). I added 3 spring rain buttons and some spring rain gingham. I couldnt find a good sentiment so I wrote my own with my uniball signo broad gel pen. Thanks for stopping in today!

14 comments:

Sue Ann said...

Wow really so beautiful Michele ...... you are amazing with those copics!!!

Stamper for fun said...

Very lovely card. Wow, your handwriting is beautiful. I had to take a second look at it because it is so uniformed.

**June**

Kara said...

i love the image stamped and colored on patterned paper...looks beautiful!

Melissa said...

So pretty, Michelle! I love how soft the flowers look with your paper and ribbon, great coloring!

Aimes said...

A simply beautiful card! Love how you stamped on DP and coloured over - looks really effective!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Dana said...

You are really rockin' this set Michele. WOW.

Keva said...

This is so pretty! I love how you put the flowers on the patterned paper..it looks simply fantastic!!!

Diane Jaquay said...

This is so BEAUTIFUL! It has a "country" feel with the sweet little ribbon loops you added, LOVE that!

paperella said...

This is so elegant, beautiful and soothing, all at the same time!!! Love your coloring :)

Linda said...

O-o-o, so pretty. I love them stamped on the Bitty Box paper. And the button and ribbon - so-o-o pretty. Did I tell you I think it's pretty?!

Angy said...

So pretty and amazing handwriting! Great job coloring as well.

Karen C. said...

I really like how you stamped the image over the patterned paper. It is stunning!

Maggie said...

Love the blue, kraft and white colors scheme...it's so crisp and clean. Your coloring is top notch! :)

Belinda said...

So pretty!