Friday, October 26, 2012

Thanks for the LIFT

Hello Friends! Happy Friday!  I made another card for the Tic-Tac-Toe game on the Meljen's Designs blog. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, I chose the Little Brassiere image and my tic-tac-toe is 'buttons, ribbon, eyelets'. I wanted to keep my card a little clean and simple...I was inspired by a card  I saw on Pinterest.


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Isn't this image just SO cute? And it's on SALE until October 31. In fact ALL of Meljen's Designs are on sale right now. I printed my image on X-Press It Blending Card and colored it with Copic markers. I thought the greeting, 'thanks for the lift' was perfect with the image...adds a touch of humor.  Okay, so are you wondering where the eyelet is? It's on the inside...

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It's a cute little pink ribbon eyelet! I left plenty of room for writing a message. Clean and Simple!

materials used~
digital stamp: Little Brassiere(Meljen's Designs)
stamp set: Up, Up and Away(PTI)
card stock: Copic X-Press It Blending Card(Ellen Hutson)  80# and 120# white(GinaK Designs)  Blush(CTMH)
patterned paper: Kiss Me(Daisy D's)
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black(Tsukineko)  Tattered Rose Distress Ink(Ranger)
die: Circle Nestabilities(Spellbinders)
other: Copic markers  ribbon(Offray)  pink ribbon eyelet(from my stash)    Tourmaline glitter(Martha Stewart Crafts)  Clear Stardust pen(Sakura) button from the Porcelain collection(Basic Grey)  Tiny Twinkles(Taylored Expressions) Treasures pink rhinestones( Shabby Chic)   pearl(Recollections)


 Thanks for visiting with me! Have a wonderful weekend!


Blessings~

4 comments:

Jeanne said...

So lovely, Barb! The gingham is a terrific choice. Your coloring is wonderful and I love the little pearl you added to the brassiere. And that eyelet is perfect! Well done, my friend!

Sheila H said...

Very cute card, Barb. Love the details :)

Papercrafting Princess said...

Oh so pretty!

The Purple Loft Creations said...

like everything about this card tfs