Thursday, January 30, 2014

Arigato *^.^ v

Morning everyone!

Thank you all so much for the support and love. If the circumstances change will definitely let you know.  Today I think I'll share something happy. 

Here's my card that I submitted for the Oct/Nov (2012) issue of Designed to Color magazine issue. Much to my amazement it was published!!  If you have the DTC Oct/Nov 2012 issue my card is towards the back of the magazine.  So blessed to be published alongside some really amazing colorists.  It was definitely a bummer when the magazine was put to rest, but family definitely comes first and so happy that Ms. Carisa is having a blast with her lovely growing family.  It was definitely awesome while it lasted and I'm crossing my fingers that she'll pick it up again.  (hehe)

So yes it's been a few years and can you believe I never had a chance to post it?!  Featuring Fumi with Umbrella here's the card I submitted for the trending color, I think it was, Patone.

This is definitely one of my favorites.  I used CC cutters for the vines and 5-petal punches for the sakuras.  The bridge is from the Cricut Pagoda cartridge. The sentiment is handwritten and yes those are pearl dots from a white Viva Decor pen.   See the pretty background paper?  That's from Hanko Designs (bummer looks like it's discontinued but here's the link to the red & white one which I also love)

Okay I feel much better now.  Mahalo for stopping by, have a terrific day!!



Creations by Shirl said...

Awesome card, at least you both shared your super showcasing wide world on your stamps....This is really pretty and congrats for it been published....

cebelica said...

Oh my, this is so very pretty. Such a romantic card! I'm glad you finally got to post it. I didn't see it in the mag and it is just too beautiful to miss. Those small flowers on the vines look great - awesome idea! Hugs! xx

eva said...

so pretty with all those flowers and i love that bridge! wish someone could make a die of that,

Kathy Dinh said...

what a pretty card! Can't believe you didn't show it until the flowers hanging!