I brought Daisy to life by first, sitting her on a bench from the Daisy Accessories Set. This can be done right on Photoshop! How cool is that? One of the many perks of using digital stamps.
Next, I colored her with Prismacolor Pencils. I use pure color in my shadows, which keeps the shadows from looking dull and dark.
The paper on the card is from Michael's. The vellum is from CTMH, which I have had for literally YEARS. I used the vellum in a couple of the layers to soften the bright colors, keeping the card more vintage.
Here you can see the vellum overlay on top of the Hollyhock CS. I used a Martha Stewart corner punch here as well. The gems are from the Paper Studio. The ribbon is Offray from a trip to their outlet store many years ago.
This is a Tattered Floral Die cut flower, made with newsprint I salvaged from a trip to Epcot...Great Britain. We had Fish and Chips as we watched the fireworks show...awesome! Love this little glittery brad.
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Sketch and Stash - Julie's Sketch
The Shabby Tea Room -Color Inspiration
Hooked on Craft Challenges - Let's Celebrate!
Love to Create - Sparkle
Paper Pretties - Square Cards
Tammy's Scrapin' Corner - Add Some Flowers
Whoopsi Daisy - Anything Goes
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