Monday, 20 April 2015

Don't Eat The Daisies...

Good Morning...

Showing my age or what!  Don't Eat The Daisies, a film starring the gorgeous Doris Day.  Once I thought of that, it became an 'earworm'!  Anyway, I am sure this delightful two have no intention of eating the daisies, they look far more likely to lace them into each other's hair!
Today's card is for the Lili of the Valley Design Collective.
I have used the beautiful stamp of these two lovelies - 'Meant To Be' 
and coloured them with Copics.  I used some gorgeous Lili of The Valley papers to create the layers and the die cut branch and ribbon.  
I added a few small flowers from The Ribbon Girl.  
Finally, and this is something new - another new technique done whilst holding my breath and closing my eyes!  I used the fabulous LOTV stamp set - 'Greetings Postmarks' to add the sentiments which I stamped right over the top of the finished card! (twitchy but of course, I love the effect and I would definitely do it again)!
Ingredients
Lili of the Valley Rubber Stamp - Meant To Be
Make it Colour Blending Cardstock
Crafts Uk 6 x 6 Scalloped Edge Card Blank
Memento Ink Pad
Copic Markers
Signo Uni-Ball Gel Pen
Lili of The Valley Papers from the 'One Birdie Lane', 'Perfect Pair' 
and 'Hearfelt' Collections
Greetings Postmarks - Set 18
Spellbinders Borderabilites Dies - Scalloped Borders Two
Creative Expressions Craft Dies - Classic 3D Itty Bitty Bows
Wild Rose Studio Die - Leafy Branch
Flowers from The Ribbon Girl
Collall All Purpose Glue
Inks Used
Memento Ink Pads in Black (Image) and Expresso Truffle (Postmarks)
Copics - Skin - E0000, E00, E11, R11, 
Hair - Y21, Y26, Y28,
Hat & Cardi - YR31, YR21, YR24,
Dress - R20, R21, R22
Shirt - YG91, YG93, YG95
Trousers & Shoes - C1, C3, C5
Socks - E40
Grass - YG63, G21
Background - B0000, B00, W1, W3
Polka Dots and Grass Highlights - Sign Uni-Ball Gel Pen in White
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Happy Crafting...
and remember to pop and have a look at all the loveliness at 
Lili of the Valley ...



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9 comments:

  1. Totally adorable!! I hate to say it but he is most definitely having a nibble on that daisy for sure and is going to get a good telling off by the looks of it!! Great colour combo and I LOVE the postmarks, I have this set and really should use it more!! xx

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  2. Awww this is gorgeous Sue I adore anything LOTV lots of huggles Sue xxx

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  3. So gorgeous, I used this image for a magazine online card which hasn't been shown yet. Love the added postmarks you were brave x

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  4. A gorgeous card Sue. the image is so sweet and I love the design and all the pretty details.
    Lorraine x

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  5. I love that film lol and love your beautiful card,cute image and layout with beautiful die-cuts-I know what you mean about stamping onto images ooer
    Carol x

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  6. This is such a gorgeously cheerful colour combo and all the layers of DP look so lovely :-)
    That was a real 'eeeek' moment with the postmarks I'm sure but they look fab...now they will have to go on my wish list I think!
    I am never going to be able to look at this image again without thinking that little chap is about to gobble up the daisy!

    Big hugs, Kat xx

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  7. You've put together a gorgeous card here Sue... the pink and yellow look really bright and summery... and the fabulous diecuts are perfect too! I'm loving your colouring of the little image of course, and I'm sure it was scary putting that postmark image AFTER the card was finished.... I've ruined many a card that way!! hehe!

    Big hugs
    Christine x

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  8. Aww, I saw that film when I was little and just loved it! I still love a Doris film :-) This is stunning; beautiful colour combo and I love the layout with the pretty bow. Your colouring is always stunning. Just beautiful. Hugs, Jayne x

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  9. I love the colours you've used for this gorgeous card and the postmarks look fab!
    Rebecca.
    x

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