June 11, 2010

Happy Friday!  I spent most of last night finishing up some baking that I was doing for our local fireman's bazaar bake sale and I even baked an extra coffee cake for my husband.

My card for today uses this lovely digi image from FireCracker Designs by Pamela.
This is such a pretty image and really easy to color.  I simply printed out the digi image off of my computer and then I heat set it using my heat gun.

Next, I colored the pansies and leaves using my SU markers.  I bet these pansies would look great in all sorts of colors!  Once I had my image colored I simply assembled my card.  I added two rows of paper piercing just along the bottom of my card.  I also added a little bit of paper piercing in each corner of my main image panel.

My certainly celery dp is from SU and I just folded over the top 1/2" of the paper.  I also added a little bit of glitter along some of the flowers and my ribbon is from Offray.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
 
Stamps: Pansies for you Digi Image- FireCracker Designs by Pamela
Card Stock: White, Perfect Plum, Certainly Celery SU DP
Ink: None
Supplies: Ribbon, SU Makers, 2 Way Glue Pen, DD Glitter, SU Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool
Technique: Paper Piercing Pin It

9 comments:

Carrie said...

Gorgeous..love the colors you paired together

Pat (mspfd) said...

This is lovely. What a great clean, crisp design.

Sarah said...

Beautiful! Gorgeous image and great coloring. I love Certainly Celery - I think it's my favorite SU green.

lcamacho said...

Gorgeous card! I really like that image.And your coloring is so pretty.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Beautiful! I love the flowers! Awesome layout, too.

Paige said...

Beautiful image and love all the details you thought of using!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful Patty! The flowers look like they are dimensional with your pretty coloring! I love the piercing and the touch of glitter. TFS

Karen Howard said...

This is gorgeous, love those purple flowers!

Emkay said...

Great glittery flowers!