Friday, February 20, 2009

Magenta Tulips

Very quick post this morning... We will be at the "A Stamp in the Hand" show tomorrow and today we are going to the Rose Water Hall in San Jose to set up our booth. But.. before I leave, I wanted to show you the card that I had made last night..

This is one of the cards for my "Magenta" card class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. This class is scheduled for Saturday, February 28th, 12 pm to 3 pm. Please call Cranberry Hill at 408-736-9151 to sign up.

This card measures 6" x 6" and features new stamps from Magenta and the gorgeous paper from Graphic 45. I will come back and edit this post later tonight with the details. For now, enjoy the pictures :-) .

Close up..

Inside view..

As I promised, I am back to edit this post to add some details about this card.. The stamps that I have used are from Magenta, Tulip Bouguet 14.601.P and Vintage Letter 95.214.M. Both of these stamps have been ordered and should be available soon at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. You can even call the store at 408-736-9151 to place an order. The greeting stamp is from Hero Arts. As I already mentioned, the designer paper is from Graphic 45 and this collection is called Botanicabella. Corners are the Photo Corners Fancy punch from EK Success. Paper and the corner punch are also available at Cranberry Hill Mercantile.

The Tulips were stamped on the designer paper and heat embossed with the Black Embossing powder. I cut and embossed the oval with Nestabilites and then used Nestabilites as a stencil to add shading around the image. The Tulips were colored with the Pearlascent watercolors.

:) Irina


Floratita said...

Wow !!!
Very warm feeling. I like it a lot.

Nice work as always Irina ;)

Bevb said...

Love this card. I will be looking into this paper. Love it. TFS

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card. I am so glad that I signed up for that class. I have had my eye on that stamp since I first saw it posted. Connie

Diamond Doll said...

OOOh what a fab stamp and gorgeous papers too!
Brill card
Trish (-:

michvan said...

Gorgeous! Love the way you colored the focal piece!!!

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