Sunday, October 3, 2010

Stargazer Lilies

Happy Sunday :) Today I am sharing a card that I created for two challenges: Basic Grey Challenges - Sparkle and Paper Sundaes - Use Something From Your Stash.

All of the divisions where I work are named after flowers. I have always been a Tiger Lily, but now after a recent split, I am a Stargazer Lily. I wanted to create a special note card for my Division Director and this is what I came up with.

I created the lilies using the lily image from By Your Side by Asela Hopkins and I used the leaf image from A Year Of Flowers by Melanie Muenchinger - both sets from Gina K. Designs. I colored both images with Copic markers, and the leaves were cut out and glued on for some added dimension. I highlighted the lilies with my white gel pen. Designer Paper is from the Basic Grey - Lemonade collection. I added some rainbow bling to the corners to make is sparkle, and finished it off with a sheer bow that I created using ribbon from my stash.

I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend! I can't believe my days off have already come to an end - back to work tomorrow...

9 comments:

  1. wow this is stunning,that image is beautiful and you have coloured it so beautifully to match the papers...I really love this this!! Thanks for joining us at Paper sundaes this week.

    Fi
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  2. Love the lilies.... gorgeous GF!

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  3. This card is absolutely gorgeous! I love Lily's!

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  4. Dee,
    That is my husband's favorite flower. You have colored them so realistic and the dp is a perfect match.

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  5. My FAVORITE Flower!!! It was what my wedding bouquet was made of!! Gorgeous coloring, really just so GORGEOUS!!! Thanks for joining us this week and "using your stash" at Paper Sundae's.

    Hugs,
    Wendy

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  6. Wow is right! Beautifully colored image and great layout! Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes!

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  7. What gorgeous lilies! Thank you for joining us at Paper Sundaes - we hope to see you again next week!

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  8. love those colors - great idea for your Div Director!

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