Good Morning Everyone, Happy Wednesday...WOW the middle of another week!!!! Today I would like to share with you this Absolutely ADORABLE BRAND NEW Image by Sylvia Zet for SCACD, Give Peace A Chance. I just love this image and had such a fun time making this card :)..... With the sweet peace sign and the gorgeous sunflower I just had to make a hippie card...Hope you enjoy my creation!!
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I couldn't decide what angle was better for this picture, so I just uploaded both LOL!!! Isn't she soooo sweet?? I really love this darling image, and hippie girls are so in style :)!!! Have you seen this whole collection??? Oh my goodness such darling images, come check out this whole set...... The New Adventures of Loli and Poppy HERE!!
I wanted to stick with the hippie theme, so I used a darling peace sign embossing folder I found at my local craft store along with some peace sign paper, this is actually vellum and I glued it down on white card stock. I made myself some grass, used a Martha Fence Punch and found some sunflowers in my stash to finish up the card. I found this cute sentiment in some of my scrap booking rub ons... Love when that happens :))
Guess what SCACD now has the NEW 2012 Copic colors....They are fabulous!!! Have you seen them yet??? If not come check them out HERE!!!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, I hope everyone has a GREAT Wednesday!!!!
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Crafty Sentiments - Let's Get Girly, Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes, Make it Monday - Anything Goes, Truly Madly Crafty Challenge - Ribbon and Bling, The Crafty Pad - Lets See Fresh Spring colors, - All Sorts Challenge - Free and Easy February, Crazy 4 Challenges - Make A Scene
Here's The Recipe
Image - SCACD Stamped in Memento Ink and Colored with Copics
Sentiment - Misc
Paper - PTI White, Blue, Pink, Peace Vellum
Accessories - Sewing Machine, Embossing Folder, Ric Rac, Fence Punch, Green Paper and scissors for grass, Stickles, Sunflower Stickers, Nesties, Large Flower