Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Sympathy Card with Stamplorations

 I've been down and out for what seems like FOREVER, although, it's only been a week, due to pneumonia.  Today, I finally dragged myself back to work.  It was the first day of not wheezing and actually beginning to feel slightly better, so I thought I'd take it easy, go in late and try and get back into the swing of things.



Unfortunately, I had the need to make a sympathy card for the family of friend, and  put this stamp set that I'd had for awhile, to use.  I'd been meaning to ink it up, but as a busy crafter, sometimes other projects take precedence, however, today I'm remedying the situation.
 

The set is from Stamplorations and called "Lotus Love" from Dee's Artsy Impressions line.  I also used the Stamplorations Honeycomb Delight stencil as well.  The lotus was colored with Tombow dual brush markers, highlighted with a white gel pen.  I used various distress inks for the lily pad, pond, and stenciling.

I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share for Kathy Racoosin's #thedailymarker30day challenge that began Feb. 1st as well, over at The Daily Marker.  Color a little something every day, just 5 minutes.  I hope to find the time to participate daily.

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Additional supplies:
Coredinations A2 card
Bristol Strathmore Watercolor paper
Hero Arts Green Ombre ink
Ranger Distress Ink
Ranger black archival ink
Basic Grey enamel dots
May Arts Ribbon
Popsicle stick
Thermoweb glue lines
Xyron adhesive runner
Basic Grey cardstock

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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful!! Love the text addition and coloring! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Anything Goes” Challenge!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful Terri! Love that beautiful water lily!

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  3. Gorgeous!!!! LOVING that water lily!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. beautiful card! hope you're feeling better now!

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  5. Stunningly gorgeous, Terri! I love the way you've torn the edges around the sentiment panel. Sooooo pretty.

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