I created this card for yesterday’s sketch challenge on Splitcoast. I started out with stamping this darling image from Crafty Secrets Sweet Kids in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on X-Press It! Blending card and coloring it with Copic Markers (Umbrella: R00, R01, R02, N3, N5, N7 Grass: G20, G21, G24 Flower stems: G24, G28 Dress: Y11, Y13, Y15, W1 Flowers: BV11, BV13 Hair: Y21, Y26, Y28, Skin: E00, E02, Stockings: E0000, E00).

The image was cut and embossed with Classic Square Nestabilities and airbrushed with Copic Marker B21. The image was then layered on a piece of black cardstock, cut and embossed with Scallop Square Nestabilities.

All patterned papers used were from Webster’s Pages Petite Papers. First a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ piece was stitched to a Neenah Solar White card base. The black with white polka dot paper measures 2 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ and was adhered to the card base.

Next is a 2 7/8″ x 4 1/2″ piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock strip. On each side a white strip was added that had been cut with (what is becoming my favorite border die) the Faux Crochet Border die.  A sentiment from Sweet Kids was stamped on the bottom of the vertical strip with Tuxed Black Memento Ink.

The small blue paper strip measures 1 1/4″ x 3 5/8″. The bottom border was paper pierced, then a strip of May Arts White Organdy Ribbon was tied around the strip. It was topped with a Pink Paislee brad. Sparkly Silver ribbon was tied around it and curled around the brad.

Recollection Rhinestones swirls in the top left and bottom right corner as well as some Silver Kaisercraft Rhinestones finish off the card.

Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

17 Responses to “Wishes of the Heart”

  1. Beate, I love how you always explain what is in your cards. I can’t believe that bottom edge is all piercing! What a gorgeous card! You have such a talent! Thanks for sharing…

  2. So pretty! It reminds me somewhat of old Kate Greenaway illustrations. I really like the way you didn’t use the obvious strip for the sentiment but kept it on the long upright panel.

  3. Beate this is gorgeous. I love all the layers.. The black and white are striking with that designer paper.. Great coloring.

  4. Oh so sweet Beate…love the coral color under the umbrella! LOVE the scallopy edges from the border

  5. What a charming vintage image and you have colored it beautifully! I can see why those border dies have become your favorite, they are wonderful. Lovely, lovely card!

  6. The card is beautiful! I like the colors that you used and the image is so adorable.

  7. Just adorable Beate! Love the touch of black in all your layers and the rhinestone are the perfect touch!!!

  8. sweetness! such a cute image and your colored it beautifully. love this beauty, Beate! … i think i NEED that border die!!! =)

  9. What a cute image and as always your coloring is wonderful. I also like the border die used on this one!

  10. very sweet image and sentiment, love how you did the border too, neat layout!

  11. That is such a sweet image, and you’ve colored it beautifully, Beate!! I love the beautiful bordering, and ribbons as well!!

  12. Beate this is beautiful love that new crochet border…very delicate looking. TFS

  13. Beautiful, Beate! She’s so sweet! Thanks for the reminder about my copic airbrush. I haven’t unpacked it since our move…yikes! Will do that today 😉
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  14. Such a Gorgeous Card Beate…..Love this sweet design…

  15. That border die is perfecto Beate…your colors amazing and the image is too stinkin cute…as always you always “please!” Thank you for sharing another one of your fabulous creations 🙂

  16. Gorgeous Beate! Love the crochet trim on there, and all the bling is fabulous!

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