Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Heartfelt Happy Birthday

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You can’t have enough birthday cards on hand! Seems like I’m always needing one!

This is the sketch and color challenge on Splitcoast this week.

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This is Hearts Hearts Hearts from Mark’s Finest Papers. It’s colored with Copics, and a paint pen for the white centers.

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After coloring, I went over the image with my Versamarker and clear embossed it.

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The baker’s twine, pin and charm are also from MFP… but… the charm was gold and the pin head silver! Not suitable for this card!

 *Designer Tip* 
Change the color with Copics!  I also used an Elmer’s Painty pen in the center. I also faux layered this piece by using a black Sharpie/ruler and a fine tip red Sharpie!

stamps: hearts hearts hearts-mfp
ink: memento tuxedo black
paper: bazzill smooth white, unknown
other: copics, versamarker, clear ep, heat tool, ruler, sharpie markers, cuttlebug/ef, paper studio punch, elmer’s painty pen, baker’s twine-mfp, charm-mfp, corsage pin-mfp, foam dimensionals

Well, I hope I’ve inspired you to try something new!

Thanks for stopping!

Dawn

5 comments :

One4Joy said...

Dawn, you must have a very steady hand to do the faux layering...a beauty of a card!

Grace said...

Oh so pretty Dawn! Love that edge punch! Great look! I'm thinking gorgeous for valentines day.... hmmmmm....

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!!!
hugs,
Grace

Traci S. said...

Hi Dawn~

Wow! This is beautiful! I love how you change the color of everything to suit your needs. The card is beautiful. Love the border punch. I am very curious about the Versa Mark Pen and how you clear emboss over the whole image after already stamping and coloring it. I don't think I have heard of that before.

Dawn, I pray that you and yours have a wonderful and meaningful Christmas!

He IS Able,
Traci S.

Holly said...

Wow Dawn, that charm is perfect with that paper! Great birthday card! I love the embossing over the entire image!

- dlm. said...

Another stunning card, Dawn. The embossing and charm are wonderful touches.