Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wishing You A Happy Day

Hello.

Just a short posting here to show you a card that I've just finished.  It's a front-panel side-step card.



If you're interested, you can find the template for this card HERE.

Here's a close-up of the sweet image being featured.


- Davina (#192), an Art-By-Miran digital stamp, available from artbymiran Etsy Shop HERE

I've used my markers and a few coloured pencils to colour the image--colours listed below.


Love making these flowers--they're easy to create.
If you're interested here's how.  Use any daisy-like flower diecuts/punches.  I cut them out of white cardstock.  Apply colour(s) from distress ink stamp pads.  Mist some water from a sprayer until slightly damp and the ink spread.  Use your stylus to shape the flowers.  When dry and the flowers have stiffen, apply glue to the centres and add some flocking powder to the glue.  Shake off the access flocking powder.


Challenges I'm entering with this card:
Art By Miran Challenge #38 - Anything Goes
Glitter n Sparkle Challenge #150 - Stepper Cards
Creative Artiste Challenge #5 - Colour Challenge with Flowers and Butterflies
Creative Fingers Challenge #89 - Anything Goes
A Gem of A Challenge #151 - One For The Girls
Stempelsonne Challenge #147 - Anything Goes
Crafting With An Attitude Challenge #6 - Anything Goes
Not Just Cards Challenge #23 - Anything Goes
Through The Purple Haze August Challenge - Flowers
Creative Moments Challenge #75 - Anything Goes/Fancy Folds

Well, that's all for now.  Thanks for stopping by.  Your visit is always very much appreciated.  Have a wonderful day and enjoy the coming weekend!


Materials and Tools Used:
Sentiments:  Computer generated
Designer Papers:  Recollections Blue Lotus paper pad, DCWV Berry Street Farmer's Marker paper pad; paper from my scrap bin
Dies:  Spellbinders Labels Thirty-One and Classic Ovals; Memory Box 98196 Valerian Flourish, 98634 Gwyneth Flourish, 98502 Fresh Foliage and 98743 Kensington Border (butterflies); Crealies Creative Flowers No. 02 
Punches:  EK Success Small Star 
Miscellaneous:  Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink stamp pads Walnut Stain, Spiced Marmalade and Spun Sugar; Martha Stewart flocking powder Daffodil; pearls from my stash

Colouring medium:  Alcohol ink markers from Letraset - Promarkers and Pantone TriasShin-Han Touch markers; coloured pencils to help with the shading
- face and skin:  blush, coral, soft peach, vanilla--for the cheeks:  oatmeal, pastel pink
- hair:  burnt sienna, Touch BR100, caramel, sandstone, black coloured pencil
- dress:  burnt orange, mango, peach 
- flowers:  mustard, pastel yellow, buttercup
- circles:  holly, 563-T, soft green
- dotted background:  grey green, 5507-T, tea green, 5527-T 

20 comments:

Elins Cards and other handscrafts said...

Gorgeous card Norma, and thanks for sharing how you made that flower. Like to try them one day.
Have a great day.
Hugs from Elin

Dr Sonia S V said...

Your daisies are stunning Norma
Cheers
Dr Sonia
Cards Crafts Kids Projects

Monia - Monika Jakubowska said...

Beautiful card, gorgeous flowers :)

Céline said...

so gorgeous card
hugs
céline

Lady Anne Milnes Howard said...

I just love this card you have created I have made stepper cards before but never done the side stepper I think it is time for me to play. Thank you for inspiring me.
Love and Hugs ~ Lady Anne
<a href="http://lauralcraft.weebly.com/dragonfly-dreams-challenge.html "
Lady Anne Milnes-Howard of Glencairn, Caithness Scotland.

Wheelie Crafty said...

Wow Norma as always your card is so beautiful hunni...
Thank you so very much for joining in our challenge over at Creative Artiste...

Hugs Rhonda DT xx
http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.co.uk

Christine Dol said...

Oh Norma...this side step card is perfect! I love your colouring on your image and those beautiful daisies...WOW! You have that special touch!

Danielle Champagne said...

Norma, your card is awesome. I love all those flowers you create, they are so unique. Wonderful creation. Hugs.

Irene's Creations said...

This is just beautiful. You did an amazing job and I love how you did it your own way. Great job.

Irene's Creations said...

Wow, Norma, I just love this card. The design and everything... Love the flowers you made. You come up with some of the neatest ideas....

Vic said...

Such a cute card! love the image and the flowers! Cute little stepper card - I hadn't thought of making a back to school one! Thanks for sharing with us at Glitter n Sparkle this week - Vic, DT x

Christa said...

Norma i love how you always make the flowers , just like your card with the cow and clovers so beautiful , i loveit hugs Christa

Jackie Trinder said...

Oh wow this is stunning I love the image and the flowers are beautiful. Thank you for joining us this month at Not Just Cards . Hugs Jackie DT

Dreja said...

Sehr schön. Danke daß du bei der SsC mitmachst.
LG Dreja

Jacee said...

How wonderful Norma, great image, love all the colours and the flowers look great!
hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Andree said...

A wonderful card and a great design. The image is beautifully coloured and the flowers are stunning.
Thank you for joining in with the August challenge at Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog and good luck x

Debbie said...

wow wow, just beautiful xx Deb

Kerry Atherton said...

Wow !!! I love those flowers and you have done an amazing job with that image!! Thanks for joining us at http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.co.uk
Hugs
Kerry(DT)
http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.co.uk

lyn hitchcock said...

What a lovely card thank you for sharing with us at Crafting with an Attitude
Good luck hope to see you again soon
Lyn - DT

Lisbeth K said...

Such a beautiful card, all the contents and layout is in harmony. Well done!Thanks for joining our Flower challenge over at Through The Purple Haze, good luck!
Lisbeth, DT

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