Sunday, September 14, 2014

FS367 Note of Gratitude

This weeks Featured Stamper 367 is Jennifer aka Mothers Daughter. Wonderful gallery with loads of creations for everyone's style. I choose this Happy Birthday card to case. I kept the white textured layers, decorative oval shape, a red flower. I changed the stamp, moved my sentiment, added pearls  and changed my textures.

This is a free digital image called Tuberose from Digital Two for Tuesday's blog. She has some wonderful images on there for all you digi girls.  ;-)   These are printed on heavy white card stock and colored with Copic markers. I layered my ovals and added dimensionals to the back. This textured plate had not been used in a while so I pulled that out today and added some sparkles which is really hard to see in the photo. A few pearls and voila!  Hope you can play along this week! Have a great day.


6 comments:

Pauline said...

Gorgeous Stacy, I love the coloured image on white, this makes it stand out so beautifully. Your colouring is awesome, nice shading. Very elegant card!

Becky said...

This is gorgeous Stacy! Love the embossing and love those flowers. I have trouble with digi on my printer, no matter what I do they smudge. :(

Maria A. said...

Absolutely gorgeous Stacy, your coloring is amazing. How did you get such a deep impression with that embossing folder?? Can you please tell me the name of it or where did you purchased it? It's truly lovely.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Maria.

Jean Bullock said...

Beautiful card.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Stacy, this is gorgeous!! I love the white with this beautiful flower! And I agree - that embossing folder is gorgeous! Stunning card, sweet friend! Hugs!

Leslie Miller said...

So very gorgeous, Stacy! I really love the embossed background. I'm nuts for embossing folders and that one is a beauty. I gobbled this up with my eyes and was curious to read who made the stunning flower image... so nice to see you partaking of Cora's generosity. I haven't used one for a while and I have so many beautiful images saved. Your coloring of this and the contrast with the white is stunning!