Tuesday, January 31, 2012

This was really a fun one to do, of course any time I can just sit and play with the Copics, I am a very happy girl. This is one cocky flower though, lol.
This is a 6X6 card.  Remember those huge flowers, I think they were Heidi Grace but can't remember for sure, so I pulled them out for this card, I adhered two together but not exactly even one down a little so it was more like an oval.  Paper is by BasicGrey, misc. gems, photo corners by EKSuccess.  "F" is QK "Blossom".  Face was done on a Spellbinder's Oval (sure am having fun with these) and face was done with Copic markers, I then embossed with the Cuttlebug "Swiss Dots". 

Inside background w/out vellum

Inside vellum overlay

Inside it says "F" is for Flower Power, may you be filled with it all day!  I can't remember if I have ever shared this fun trick with you.  I have a 1950 copy of  "Sunset Garden Book", it is much loved and I love to copy pages for flower cards but then you have a problem because where do you write?  So what I do is cut a piece of vellum (make sure that is printer quality) cut to 5 1/2w X 6"h if I am doing a 6X6card, I then fold it tight to the background and secure it in back with 2 sided tape, then adhere the whole piece to the inside, then if the recipient wants he/she can just lift up the vellum and read or see the background. 

Happy Tuesday, Hugs


Anonymous said...

Hellooooooooo Sandi! How excited I was to see you on my sidebar! Glad you're back, girlie! Love your card, so full of whimsy! I think the flower looks much better this way, with it's petals plucked and reorganized. And very interesting inside as well. I love vellum on the inside of cards.

Carole Beath said...

Girlfriend, you are on a roll and giving us so many wonderful creations to admire. so so glad you're back among us. Keep rollin' on. Love this darling card...

Sharon Caudle said...

OMG! I'm just so excited to see your fabulous creativity again! This is amazing!!!! Absolutely amazing!!!!
hugs, Sharon

DonnaMundinger said...

I'm just LOVIN' your Alphabet series! the colors here are so happy and that cheeky face is giving me giggles. Sure love the vellum tip, too. Adorable! xxD