Monday, May 28, 2012

Lovely Lilacs



Hi everyone,

I hope everyone is having a great Holiday,
and a wonderful Monday.

Today I am working with the
stamp set "Lilac" from her Paint
Fusion line. I love these stamps!
You can use them with paint or markers,
and even embossing powders.



I started out with a white card stock base.
Then took another piece of white card stock
and used VersaMark to stamped the middle with the small lilacs. I embossed them with
a mixture of to different purples. Then went over them with my Spectrum Noir Markers.

After all was dry, I sent it through the
embossing machine with a paisley print
for a little dimension.
Added the bow and flowers, and all done.

I hope you enjoyed the card today.

Thank you for stopping by and looking at my project.

Now let me tell you about the stamp set we are giving away this week!  I know you will be excited to hear that this week we are giving away the new Sheena - A Little Bit Scenic - Provence stamp set

To enter to possibly win this beautiful stamp set you must be a US Resident, you must leave a comment on the Crafter's Companions Challenge Blogs Website and you must be a follower of their blog.   The giveaway will end on Thursday, May 31st at 8pm PST.  Winner will be announced here on the blog on Friday, June 1st.  So, please check their blog  to see if you have won. 

Have a scrappy day.

Kathy

6 comments:

Tonya H said...

Simply gorgeous!

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Aww Kathy this is so cute. I love the embossing. I didn't know you can emboss and then go over with markers. Wow thanks for the tip and a chance to win this amazing stamp set. TFS AJ~

Tan's Hobbies said...

Wow, dear!! Love this card sooooo much!! Love the embossed background; it makes the whole things so elegant. Love the stamp and the way you designed the whole things!! Love the addition of those lovely flowers and the big bow!! Love you, Tan =)

Kathy S. said...

Very pretty. i love lilacs.

Cathy said...

B-E-a-utiful!!!
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wicanmoongodes79 said...

very eligant those would make great name cards for a wedding