Both of these images are from the Sugar Nellie Line.
This next one is more fanciful, called Web Knitter. Colored her with Copics as well. I added mint glitter gel to her 'wings' and clear glitter to the web. I love this paper from Basic Grey's Lemonade pack - the soft greens and roses look so nice together. I'm not sure if you can tell, but look at the rose strip. I used (for the first time since I bought it last summer) an embossing plate from My Favorite Things - it's supposed to look like grosgrain ribbon. I ran it through the CB then sponged a little rose all over. I may try darker color sponging or use a shim in the CB next time so it shows a little more. I finished off with some pink pearls and celery ribbon. This card measures 4x6.
I wish that Spellbinders would make their dies closer together in size - I like the thin border/frames so like to use this technique where you sponge the inside of the metal die before removing it from the image. Problem is, your 'mat' is always white (or pale, at least). I have been known to break out those little disc thingies (I really MUST remember the names for these tools, lol) and trace around then cut with an xacto, but running them through the CB is so much quicker, ya know?
Anyway - thanks for stopping by - I'm off to become a Domestic Goddess - at least for a couple of hours before we head out to see Dilemma with Vince Vaughn. They filmed it here in Chicago and one of my friends' kids are extras in it - in the Diner/Cafe/Restaurant scene (yeah, ok ... like you care, lol). Anyway, LOVE Vince Vaughn, so looking forward to that ... Cheerleading competition for my friend's daughter tomorrow then Munchkin's first Volleyball tournament on Sunday - so will be a busy bee. Oh yeah, and Nursing School starts on Tuesday ... Must ... get ... fix ... of ... cards ... in ... before ... I ... can't.
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