Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter!

 Butterfly Kiss_Apr 2010Today’s card was inspired by this card on Mariana Grigsby’s Blog. I was drawn to the color combination and dragonflies. For my card, I stamped two pairs of dragonflies, the first two on my Buttercup background and the second two on a piece of white scrap cardstock. To color the wings, I randomly dotted on some ink with a Breeze (retired) marker. After I cut them out, I covered them with VersaMark ink and embossed them with clear embossing powder.

Materials & Tools: White Daisy, Buttercup, Ocean, and Black cardstock; Black, Buttercup, and VersaMark ink pads; Breeze (retired) and Grey Flannel markers; Clear embossing powder; Hero Arts Friendship Definition stamp; Wordsworth Men’s Collection and Close To My Heart Butterfly Kiss stamp sets; KaiserKraft pearl accents; Black mini-check ribbon from Wal-Mart; Black mini brads; Embossing heat tool; 3M foam mounting tape.

Happy Easter, friends! I hope your day is filled with wonderful blessings. We are looking forward to dinner and a fun afternoon with my mom and my siblings and their families at my sister and brother-in-law’s house. It’s a beautiful day. There must be hundreds of birds outside who have been belting the Hallelujah Chorus since well before sunrise. Perfect!

7 comments:

Sharli said...

Happy Easter Kathi! Your dragonflies are stunning! I'll have to try that technique!

I loved your description of the birds - perfect! Enjoy your day!

Deborah Young said...

Simply gorgeous. Love that sentiment!

Laurel said...

Oh this is so pretty, love those dragonflies!

Jeanne said...

Kathi, those dragonflies are gorgeous! You are truly creative to think of using the marker and then embossing it!

I hope your day was fabulous and fun. Something you truly deserve!

Big hugs!

Carolyn Christie said...

Gorgeous card Kathi!! Sounds like you had a beautiful Easter with your family! Love to listen to the birds sing. :)
Have a wonderful day!

Sparkle said...

Such a gorgeous card! Hope you had a great Easter.

Barb said...

Beatuiful card Kathi! The dragonflies are just gorgeous! Their wings look real. LOVE that technique you shared...I'm going to have to try that one.