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Easter Promises

>> Thursday, April 2, 2009

Posted by Jessica G.


Stamps: Butterfly on Eggs, Easter sentiment. Cardstock: Textured Black, GP110 white, CM yellow. Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Copics. Accessories: Wide green satin ribbon, white EP, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, purple glitter.

In my last DRS blog post, we covered the cute critters of Easter; this post is for the more elegant side of Easter greetings. For my first card, I used a black background to really make the vibrant colors pop and finished the card with this gorgeous ribbon. There's nothing quite like wide ribbon to up a card's class!


A close-up photo shows the glitter details on the butterfly and purple egg:


Coloring technique used both copics and SU markers since my current Copic collection doesn't contain quite enough purples yet:
The second card for today features both the Bible and sentiment embossed in gold:
Stamps: Holy Bible, Lily Corner, Easter sentiment. Cardstock: Textured Black, GP110 white. Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Copics. Accessories: Gold EP, gold satin ribbon, thin white ribbon, Shimmerz 'Angel Wings', Stardust glitter pen.

The lilies are designed as a corner stamp, but by rotating the image it also forms a great border. I painted the lilies with Shimmerz and accented them with a Stardust pen:


**Don't forget to check out the DRS blog on Friday -- it's the first stop on our first ever blog hop! Not only will you see projects featuring the newest DRS Designs stamps, but there's also a chance to to win them!!



6 comments:

Cathy Indelicato said...

So pretty!

Dawn said...

These are simply beautiful! what a great job... I love the glitter and the way you rotated the stamp for the border! So Pretty!!!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Such gorgeous creations Jess!! Love the pretty purples and glitter on the first one!! :)

Debbie Seyer said...

This is just beautiful!

Jennifer E. said...

Both of these cards are awesome! I love the purple and green together and the sparkle on the first one & the black and gold on the second one is so elegant!! Great job!

Sue said...

How Pretty - Love the giant bow!

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