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Sunday, October 17, 2010

In the Rose Garden

I made yet another card with our Marci with Rose.. I know.. I know.. But in my defense, this stamp is just so versatile!! 

This is the second card for my upcoming "Marci and Luka" card class at Mainely Stampin in Fairfield, CA.  We will make three cards in this class, all different designs.  To see the first card please click HERE

This class is scheduled for:

Saturday, October 23rd, 2 pm to 5 pm

Please bring your favorite dry and liquid adhesives, and foam tape to the class.  Please also bring your Copic Markers for your personal use in the class.  All other supplies will be provided.

$40, 10 participants max

Please call Mainely Stampin' at 707-435-9400 to sign up for this class.

DON'T FORGET that I am teaching a Copic "Watercolor Effect" class on the same day in the morning.  Click HERE for details.

This card measures 5 3/4" x 5 3/4".




Basic Grey designer paper.  Martha Stewart Border, Grass and Butterfly punches.  EK Success border punch.  Cuttlebug corner die cut. Circle behind Marci was cut with Nestabilites.  Pearls on the butterflies.  Button and ribbon are from my stash. 

Marci with Rose was colored with Copics:

Skin - E000, E00, E01
Hair - E50, YR20, E33, E35
Dress - BV0000, BV000, BV01
Hat, Shoes, Rose - Y21, Y23, Y26, Y28
Hat Band - E40
Rose Stem, leaves - YG91, YG93

I have something fun and exciting coming your way in only a few short days!!  Can't wait to tell and show you all!!!


Hugs!!!

5 comments:

Terri said...

What an adorable card love the layout. paper and color choices. And you image is colored perfectly!

Kristine said...

This is beautiful Irina!! I love the way you colored miss Marci with Rose--so soft and delicate. I need lessons from you on coloring like this with Copics. =)

Alicia said...

Such a pretty card! Love how your colored Marci and all of the embellishments and designer paper you used. :)

Basement Stamper said...

your coloring is amazing and Marci is darling!

Kim Y. said...

Aww...so gorgeous! Love the colors! Marci is sweet as can be!