Edwin from Magnolia
This card was created for a boy's birthday who happens to be a Houston Texans fan. The image is a Magnolia colored with my trusty copics. I created the flags for the banner with my cricut 'Something to Celebrate' cart and made the star and stripe center with the 'George' font cart with red and white baker's twine to hold them up I used the tiny bubbles embossing folder to give the textured background and some alpha stickers I've had forever to spell out handsome along the side. The stars were actually orange table confetti from a party for my hubby but were recycled, recolored with copics, and given a coat of Judykins Diamond Glaze for texture and shine.
Tilda Sending Love
This pop up card was created for Mother's Day using another Magnolia stamp, Tilda Sending Love and also colored with copics. The DP is from DCWV and the solid green is a scrap embossed with the swirls embossing folder and lightly inked with aloe memento for definition. I colored the roses with my copics to match my card and the sentiment was from MFT. I finished off this card with some stickles here and there and a few pearls from my stash.
C.C. Designs- Swiss Pixies Sunflower Lula
Last but not least, my first pocket card! I actually hate sunflowers, they creep me out (loooong story, I wont go into that!) But someone specifically requested them, go figure. Well there was nothing to do but grin and bear it right? So I made the most of it and did my best. The image is Swiss Pixies Sunflower Lula colored with copics and stickled to death ^.^ The green DP is from the same DCWV stack used on the previous card and the rub on sentiment is also a DCWV. The yellow was actually just a scrap that I stamped and heat embossed sunflowers onto. I colored a few rhinestones I've had forever yellow with copics to match the color scheme of my card and completed the look with a ribbon recycled from a cookie basket and a (creepy) coffee filter sunflower made by me ! Hope this wasn't an overload but I was just so super excited to be back home, and I've got the cardst to prove it :)