I created this card as a submission for the Norwegian magazine Ett Trykk. I used one of the images from the June Stamp Kit- Fun in the Sun. I stamped her twice in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, once on Neenah Solar White cardstock, once on Whiff of Joy Patterned Paper Fruehlingserwachen.

The dress of the image on the patterned paper was colored with Copic Markers (BG72, BG75 and BG78), cut out and paper pieced to the main image, which was colored with Copic Markers (Skin: E000, E01, E02, Hair: E97, E99, E19, Shirt: YG01, YG03, YR15, YR14, E99, Shoes: YG01, YG03, Book: E41, E42, E43). The main image was cut out as well.

A piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock turned into a frame by cutting and embossing it with Classic Circle and Lacey Circle Nestabilities dies. Another piece of the Paper Fruehlingserwachen was adhered behind it. The image was adhered to the frame with dimensionals.

The edges of a  1 3/4″ x 4″ strip of Fruehlingserwachen paper were slightly sanded and adhered to a 4″ square of the same paper pack. White Melissa Frances Lace was adhered underneath the strip before the layers were stitched to a 4 3/16″ square of Whisper White cardstock.  Next everything was adhered to a 4 1/2″ square of textured Kraft cardstock.

I dyed some off-white seam binding with Frayed Burlap Distress Re-inker and water and tied it into a bow with the Bow Easy.  The sentiment is from the same stamp kit and was stamped on a tag that had been cut with a retired Spellbinders die. The tag was airbrushed with Copic Marker E42. A jump ring was added to the top of the tag and it was tied to the bow with embroidery floss and a My Mind’s Eye button. Three Silver Kaisercraft Rhinestones were adhered above the tag and a Recollections Rhinestone swirl was adhered to the upper right hand side.

The card front was adhered to an Easel card base, a 4 1/2″ x 9″ piece of textured Kraft cardstock, scored at 2 1/4″ and 4 1/2″.  For the inside of the card the edges of a 1 3/4″ x 4″ piece of patterned paper were sanded, then adhered to a 4 1/4″ piece of White cardstock. More of the white lace was adhered on top of the paper strip and the edges were stitched. Three buttons were stitched to the lower right hand side of the layer before it was adhered to the card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

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

13 Responses to “Sweet Summer Whiff of Joy Style”

  1. Oh wow! What a lovely stamp and beautifil coloring (I keep repeating myself). Love the way you placed her in the circle with the cloudy background.
    Have a great day!
    Jose

  2. Your last two posts are darling Beate! I love the “soft” feeling both cards gave me. Just gentle…kind of like there is a breeze out there…Yeah, I know, now you are wondering about my mental state…not to worry…I just love both cards and the images too! TFS!!

  3. SO beautiful Miss Beate!

  4. Beate–this is simply GORGEOUS! And actually–it’s not simple, there are so many details on this card–LOVE LOVE LOVE! You inspire me:) LOOOOOOOVE it!

  5. Wunderful! I love this card! Great!
    All the best
    Sibylle

  6. This is GORGEOUS, Beate!! Your coloring is amazing, and I LOVE that layout!

  7. This one’s stunning!…what am I talking about, all of your cards are stunning! I love the frame you created for your image to sit on. Happy 4th Beate!

  8. Beate, this is gorgeous! So many little details and each one just adds a little more to the card!

  9. Lovely soft colours and such a pretty image…love the whole design, too xx

  10. beautiful card! love the Bow w/button and the tag 🙂
    Susan

  11. you are amazing, girl! gorgeous coloring and design! love love love this! hope you are having a beautiful 4th of July weekend! =)

  12. Very elegant card Beate I love it
    hugs

  13. so cute, love how you cut her out, great background for her too, neat how the gems are coming from your buttons, great design and coloring!

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