Check this out! I am so proud of this card...it's simple, but stunning in person. I got this image from http://www.thegreetingfarm.com/ Her name is Pretty Head Lily.
They don't sell just Rubber Stamps, but digital stamps...yes, digital stamps!
I took a close up pick so you could see what she looks like in person. I used copics to colour her face and hair and I have to say, it looks awesome! I'm a big fan of brown and pink and this image just fit. I have a friend in mind for this card, so I'm hoping that she'll like it as much as I do when she gets it on her birthday.
Here is the whole card. You can't see it so much in the picture, but the paper is "glitter" paper, which means that it actually shines in person, and reflects the light very nicely.
Things have been especially busy this week, so I haven't gotten down into my scrap area at all. Dalainee came home from daycare sick early on Monday and then Daytona stayed home from school on Wednesday. Dalainee is fine, Daytona is still fighting a nasty cough.
I sure hope that she's feeling better for her "date" on Sunday. Brunch and a movie.
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Stamps: The Greeting Farm - Pretty Head Lily, CTMH Sentiment
Paper: DCWV 6x6 Sweets Glitter Stack, SU Chocolate Chip
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Markers, CTMH Markers