Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Music starts with do re mi...

Hi there!

It's Tuesday and you know what that means... time for my weekly 7 Kids Your Crafting Supply Store card creation. During the month of August the 7 Kids design team is being sponsored by Cas-ual Fridays and Vilda Stamps. So I'm kicking things off with this card using the wonderful Heartbeats stamp set and coordinating dies from Cas-ual Fridays as well as this cutie from the new Our Song set from The Greeting Farm. I'm telling you that these stamps were made to go together! This sentiment totally makes me smile so it had to be the first one that I got on a card. I cut the music notes out of a sheet of ombre paper to get the pretty transition of color across the card, which I think lends to the dreamy, lovey dovey vibe.  :)
Alrighty, there is still one more week to play along in the July 'anything goes' challenge so head on over to the 7 Kids blog and play along! With so much great new product hitting the shelves, that $20 gift certificate prize could really help to fill a shopping cart! 
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- Pink Paislee (Summer Lights)
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Our Song set), Cas-ual Fridays (Heartbeats set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Studio Calico glass slipper
Casual Fridays Double Note die and Heart Note die
My Favorite Things stitched lines die
Wink of Stella clear and silver glitter pens
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, E04, R00, R20
eyeshadow- W2
hair- YR82, YR21, YR15, E99, E97, Y11
clothes- G000, G00, BG53, BG07
flute- C2, C4


Julie D. Richards said...

Hi Amy. Absolutely love her hair. The sentiment is perfect and I also like the musical notes. Hugs.

Unknown said...

Great card...love the music notes background and sentiment :)
Hugs Kaz x

Heidi Brawley said...

What a cutie and love the softness of it all too!!! What a cute senitment too!
hugs,Heidi & Brooke

Tracey Ann said...

Adore this... that sentiment is so clever. And your coloring is always inspiring. Her hair! :). And then you went and thought of those ombré notes... love, love!