Thursday, June 17, 2010

Lily - If friends were flowers, I'd pick you! TMS50


This is Lily from SoftPencil Designs. Isn't she just, ummm, yummy! :O)
I certainly think so! I used Lily and a sentiment from a RAK to create this double sided stair step card. This was a new type of card design for me and I really enjoyed the creating of it. It came together in about 45 minutes. But I have to confess, Lily was already printed out and waiting for ink.
I used Bazzill and American Crafts cardstock for my card. I also used a bit of Basic Grey dp. The pink pearls are from Zva and the pink flowers were a RAK. Lily was colored using Copics. She's a joy to color as this image took only 7 colors! That includes the shading colors.

THIS CARD WAS CREATED FOR AND ENTERED IN THE TUESDAY MORNING SKETCHES CHALLENGE #50.
Now if you want to make this double sided stair step card Dawn has a terrific video tutorial HERE. And if you simply can't resist LILY, you can purchase her from SoftPencil HERE.
AND if you want to join the challenge at Tuesday Morning Sketches you can go HERE.

BTB - SoftPencil is also SPONSORING this challenge so you could win a nice gift from her!!!

TFL
T%dles Peeps!
Betty aka ZacksNana

7 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Ohh DARLING!!!

Softpencil said...

Stunning card Betty!!! you did a GREAT job! :)

Melissa Craig said...

Fabulous fabulous!! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

Hippieaud (aka Audrey) said...

WONDERFUL work Betty! Just LOVE this card style and FABULOUS colors you chose:)

Jessica G. said...

Sweet image and wonderful job on the ladder fold technique! Thanks for participating in this week's Tuesday Morning Sketch challenge and hope to see you again next week!
Jessica, TMSC DT

Theresa said...

I'm jealous it only took you 45 minutes!! Mine took 5 hours. Great job!

Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

Cammy said...

Nice job and fabulous colors! Definitely a sweet image! Thanks for playing along with Tuesday Morning Sketches this week!

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