Saturday, August 21, 2010

A Sweet for Maya


Happy Saturday!! TGF's FFF is a color challenge. Hawaiian Shores, Tangerine Tango, and Kiwi Kiss to be exact. But if you don't have those colors similar ones will do. Play around with it and have fun!!
I just happened to have some bigger scraps of dp that were the same colors and used them to make a card for my friend's daughter's birthday. I used Lollipop Anya today, and colored her up with softer versions of the color challenge. Kinda like cotton candy. For her lollipop though, I went a little brighter! These colors are so fun and vibrant! Perfect for an end of summer time birthday party for a little girl. I used a Martha Stewart border punch on the orange cs and created two big flowers to mimic the blue dp. In the center of one of the giant flowers I used the lime fruit stamp from Stampin' Up. I affixed a clear blue epoxy sticker to the center of the lime and then cut it down to look like a flower instead of fruit.
The sentiment, "You're sweet," seemed perfect. I used a white gel pen and created faux stitches around the border of the blue dp. Sorry I was being lazy, didn't want to break out the sewing machine to add real stitches. Think it worked out fine just the same. I hope you get a chance to play along with the challenge.
Well once again, Mahalo for stopping by and checking out what I've been up to. Make creating a part of your weekend. Have a good one!!
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Supplies:
Papers: White cs-Neenah; lime green & blue dp-MME; orange cs-DCWV
Stamps: Lollipop Anya-TGF; sentiment-Fiskars; lime fruit stamp-Stampin' Up!
Inks: Black tuxedo-Memento; white gel pen-Sakura
Giant floral border punch-Martha Stewart
Marine blue epoxy stickers-Recollections
Copics: E11,57,59;YR04,16,61;BG0000,01,02;YG03,11,25;R20;C2;0

3 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Super cute, Leanne! Love how you created that giant flower!

Berenice R. said...

So sweet! Love the big flower and the bright colors. Thanks for sharing! Hugs :)

Amy said...

Awww, this is sweet Leanne! Anya looks so cute and I love how you made the big flower, very clever!