Tuesday, January 27, 2009

One of my Favorites!


I really, really just love this card. It has that same feminine, romantic feel to it as the other teacup card I made last week. Plus I love how the copic markers turned out on here... I used alot of blender pen to get it just right. I used my sewing machine to stitch around the edges of the Basic Grey Bittersweet paper and added some silver cord to go under the sentiment.


These stamps are new at Impression Obsession (they may not be up on the site yets, so just back if they're not!) Let me know what you think!

13 comments:

Melody said...

This card along with the other tea cup are just so pretty and soft. I love the look you accomplished.

Craftyanny said...

A very pretty card Michelle.
You've achieved a very delicate look with the copics, it's lovely

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I love the soft vintage feel to this card! Of course tea items are some of my favorites too.

Tammy Nichols said...

I love your work and I love this card. I agree with the whole romantic feminine feel of the card. One of these days I will be able to use my Copics like this, I am still learning!

Conniecrafter said...

beautiful, almost has that vintage feel, wonderful coloring, and love the softness of the flowers combined with the bold of the centers

Darlene L said...

Love it! One of my favs by you. It looks so delicate. A perfect card for my mom.

Julie M said...

Oh I love this card, Michelle. So pretty and soft.

Jessica said...

This looks like Alesa Baker's artwork, which I LOVE. I was just at the I-O site yesterday making up my wishlist, so I'll have to check back! Your card is beautiful!

Linda said...

What a beautifully romantic card! I love your work:)

Norine said...

so soft & pretty love those muted colors
Hugs
Norine

Jennifer Scull said...

very soft and pretty! that stamp is just amazing! I'll have to look into that company.

Kelly Lunceford said...

This is precious! Great colors and stamps! I love it!

Pat's little corner of the world said...

I can see why you liked the way it came out...It is beautiful and so soft..your coloring is great..

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