We had more snow the last few days but it isn't sticking. Thanks goodness. My daughter was going to Kamloops for her job last week and her car spun out of control on black ice on the Kokahalla. She ended up in the meridian. Lucky for her that a trucker saw her and stopped to help. She was pinned in the car but her got her out. She is fine but quite shook up. The trucker told her when he saw the accident she had angels watching over her and he said she was lucky to have survived and had no injuries. I am so thankful she is all right. Winter traveling sucks. Stay safe everyone and don't go out in bad weather if it isn't necessary.
On to my card. I bought this adorable image quite some time ago. I colored it up and didnt make it into a card. I went through my box and decided it was time to finish it. The image is Lacy Sunshine printed onto neenah cs and colored with copic markers. E00,000,21,26,23. N0, B21,23, BV000,02 YG 61,63. I used a spellbinders die to cut the image out. I used BV01 around the edge of the die cut. I printed the DSP on a silicone baking sheet that I use on my desk top. Its smooth but with still had some texture after I took my paper off. I wasn't sure I liked it. I cut it down and added it to my card and it looked much better. I popped it up with dimensional. The flowers were white and I added some purple alcohol with a paint brush. The leaves were cut with an old marvy punch that still works great. It was one of my mothers that I inherited. The paper is SU and distressed with old olive ink pad. I took a marker and added some veins. I cut photo corners with my big shot using a small quickutz photo corner die. I used a sukura glitter pen and faux stitched around the card. I then added some glitter into the holes of the corner die and the heart. I will add this card into these challenges.
Lacy Sunshine - spring colors
Deep Ocean - just for a girl
Thank you for stopping by, happy creating!