deserves a medal!
He spent FIVE hours traipsing round the shops with me
yesterday, so I could treat myself to some new clothes for Thailand!
Ocasonally, he sat on a bench outside the shop enjoying the sunshine and
watching the world go by, but no complaints!
By way of letting him know that I was appreciating what he was doing for me, I treated him to a
Japanese curry for lunch!
A bit hot for me, but just about still in my tolerance level!
In the afternoon we had tea and cakes;
well, he had a big slice of apple pie!
card is another one using the beautiful rose from the Grateful Garden
It's a fabulous rose to colour and so easy to include shading
if you use Marker Pens.
I used Sweet Sugarplum for the rose and Emerald
Envy for the stem and leaves.
After painting over the entire rose using
the Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen, I fussy cut the rose, stem and
I started my card with a base of Sweet Sugarplum Cardstock (CS),
then a layer of Basic Black CS, with a top layer of Shimmery White CS.
dry embossed the top layer using our stunning Ruffled Dynamic Embossing
Folder, and then adhered all layers together using Tombow.
Dimensionals to attach the rose to the card.
The sentiment is from the
Climbing Orchid Stamp Set and has been stamped on Shimmery White
Cardstock using Archival Basic Black Ink.
I layered this onto a piece of
Basic Black CS, and then onto a piece of Sweet Sugarplum CS.
I attached the sentiment to
the card front using Dimensionals.
I tied a bow using the Basic Black Shimmer ribbon and adhere it across the stem of the rose.
finish the card, I adhered a layer of Basic Black CS, and a top layer
of Shimmery White CS.
On the top sheet, I stamped the small rose from
the Graceful Garden Stamp Set, and coloured it using Sweet Sugarplum and
Emerald Envy Marker Pens.
I used the Crushed Curry Marker Pen to colour
the centre of the flower.
My final touch was to paint with Clear Wink
of Stella Glitter Pen.
That's it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.