Thursday, January 29, 2015

Love you...

Hi there! 

I've got another Greeting Farm Valentine to share with you today. I know that I've made a Halloween card using the Cheeky Fairy digi (sorry, couldn't find her in the store to link up anymore) before but I couldn't resist coloring her up once again because I love me some Cheekies. I paired her up with old MME Tres Jolie papers, man they don't make 'em like that anymore. The pretty pastels are just delicious and I wanted Cheeky Fairy to match. So I gave her bubblegum pink hair and a chocolate and minty blue ensemble. Then I dotted her wings with gold Smooch to match the die cut sentiment that got the same Smooch treatment. The XOXO background was created by repeatedly stamping a small background stamp tone on tone on the pink cardstock. Which got me thinkin' that this card works for the Get Wordy challenge too... I'm not sure what the policy is on multiple entries over at the Farm Fresh challenge but I think I'm gonna throw this one into the ring as well.

Well, thanks for stopping by. See ya again tomorrow!  :)        
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- My Mind's Eye (Tres Jolie)
digital stamp- The Greeting Farm (Cheeky Fairy)
stamp- Studio Calico (XO background)
ink- Colorbox rose coral and creamy brown
Simon Says Stamp love you dies
My Favorite Things rounded stitched rectangle die
Twine and Ink gold puffy heart sticker
Gold Smooch
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20
hair- R01, YR01, R12, R32, E17, Y00
clothes- BG10, BG11, BG72, E25, E27, E29


Heidi Brawley said...

This is Gorgeous! !!!!
Hugs, Heidi and Brooke

Marianne said...

Really sweet, Amy. Love the hair and the wings are just gorgeous with the subtle gold sprinkle.
Marianne x

Juls said...

gorgeous, love the rounded corners :-) xx

craftshopper said...

love the color of her hair. amazing!

Kathy said...

This is so adorable! Can I ask how you print out your digi stamps? Do you print them on "Copic Xpress"? I don't have a lazer printer, just a regular HP, does that ink work with copics so it doesn't smudge on the paper and get on your marker tip? Thanks so much if you get the chance to reply!