Friday, 23 March 2012

Fleur Anya



Hi everyone! Happy Friday! Is it Spring yet? I can't tell because we just got another 6 inches of snow yesterday. A few days ago I saw and heard a few Harley's on the road though, so I'm a little confused.

 I just wanted to post this cute little card using a Greeting Farm stamp called Fleur Anya. A few weeks ago my bff, Jan came over with her collection of cling stamps, and I stayed up through the night stamping up about 30 sheets of my Copic paper with images.(Jan lasted till about 2:00 A.M and crashed) Little Fleur Anya was one of the 60 images I stamped. Funny how when I was stamping most of  Jan's images I was thinking to myself...I'm for sure buying this stamp for my collection!! And I don't know why because out of my hundreds of mounted and unmounted stamps I own I've rarely stamped the same image more than once or twice. I'm thinking that out of all my stamps more than 50% have never even been stamped once!.  I just find my style changes so much from the time I'm collecting certain stamps to when I actually start creating with them. This year I'm going to try to stamp every single stamp I own! Plus all the new ones I'm sure to buy! (insert delusional laugh here) Well they do make a great display in my craft room and are great drawer fillers :) I'll post a few pictures so you can see what I mean.

I just started taking an online Copic color classes with Suzanne J Dean over at Color Me Creative Classroom and this week she's celebrating the 2nd year of her site with a birthday party bash. Lots of games and prizes to be won. The gand prize being a Sizzix Vagabond machine. Yeah, that would be sweet!! One of the birthday events was to do a sketch challenge so this is the card I made using the sketch that was provided.
I thought little Anya was going to be too little for one of my regular 6x6 cards so I decided to put her on a standard 4A size card.(4 1/4x5 1/2) Wow was I wrong.  That little body is really an illusion because her head took up half the card.  I used papers from Teresa Collins Canvas Fabrications. At first I had colored all the flowers in Anya's hair orange and didn't know how I was going to pull in the turquoise color that was in the paper, so I stamped out another image and colored the flowers with orange and teal, cut it out and pasted it over the original stamped image. She's so sweet she just puts a smile on my face!

This is how I store my wood mounted stamps...the chest of drawers are chockablock full of SU stamp sets. All double layers.



I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Crafty Purple Frog #37 Anything goes
Scrapbook Sisters Anything goes #76



Copics used:
Skin:E50,E01,E13,R20
Hair:C3,C5,C7,C9
Dress:V12,V15,V17(then added some RV's to match the paper better)
Flowers BG23,BG72,BG75

6 comments:

Ruby said...

Your card is lovely and WOW I love how you've done her skirt, it's fab!! Thanks for popping by my blog for the Color Me Creative Birthday Bash, hope you enjoyed the hop!

Anonymous said...

Wow! You have a lot of stamps.

Jan said...

Beautiful card! She's gorgeous! And congrats on being on the Tickled Pink DT!

Brook Guinn said...

Debora, I love how you've colored this card. And great job on the sketch. Thanks for stopping by my blog during the CMC Birthday Bash. Good luck!

Jeannie said...

Fabulous card - thank you for joining us at Scrapbook Sisters Card Challenge. Jeannie x

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

What a lovely card you have made here. Thank you for taking part in the Crafty Purple Frog Challenge this fortnight and I wish you the best of luck in the draw. Best wishes, Kym (The Crafty Purple Frog Design Team Member) xxx