Monday, 31 December 2007

The blue one

Here's a close-up of the blue card so you can see it properly. It does just fit in the tin, after all, but the envelope is a bit of a squeeze. Bad planning, eh?

I coloured the image using ink pads and blender pens - if you squeeze a closed ink pad it creates a pool of ink in the lid which you can use with blender pens or a paintbrush. It's important not to use a blender pen or paint brush directly on the ink pad itself.

Stamps: Cheers to You (p35), Circle of Friendship (p62).
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, Whisper White.
Paper: Designer Series Paper - Cutie Pie (p73).
Ink: Basic Black, So Saffron, Bashful Blue.
Accessories: 1" circle punch (p80), 1/2" circle punch (p80), Taffeta ribbon - Bashful Blue (p86).

(All page numbers refer to the UK Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalogue 2007-2008)

9 comments:

  1. Love the colour combo ~ you have used all my favourites!

    Hello from Canada,

    Marla

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  2. Hi Helen,

    Lovely lunch tin, what did you use to stick the paper to it with?

    Jenny x

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  3. oooh~ live this!! Great images, I haven't seen this yet~ must be the set that only the Europe gals get~

    Great!

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  4. This is such a cute card! The entire set is adorable!!

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  5. Helen, I found your blog from the blog comment thread on splitcoast. I love your work. Mrs. B must have been very happy with her gift. It is spectacular.
    Best of luck with your SU business in the UK. Congrats for being one of the first. With your talent, I am sure you will have many loyal followers.
    Happy New Year.
    Cheryl

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  6. great acrd! I really like the color combo! That sure is a cute stamp set, too!
    ( wish we had that one ;) )

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  7. Great job. Happy New Year!

    Teresa

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  8. This is such a great layout for a long card!

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  9. love this stamp! Great color combo as well!

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