20.5.10

Magnolia Stamp :: Special moments :: 1st Eucharist

MaggieEucharist~ Hello lovelies! I hope everybody is keeping busy enjoying their spring weather…or fall for our friends down south!

All right! “I feel good” just like James Brown! I am in the mood now to look into my stamped images and future buys from outside of the box. What does that mean? Well, it means give a new meaning to an image that was meant originally for another theme. In my new card I used Magnolia Wedding couple B. I simple cut out little Maggie out of the couple set ( I saved Edwin image for later…ha! Wait and see!) and dressed her up for her First Eucharist! I got my inspiration from my childhood friends. Growing up I had so many friends going thru this very important moment in their life, the 1st Eucharist. To create the look I wanted I made some adaptations to my Maggie. First I cut of the head crown then created a single flower bouquet with a cross (ideas of a little rosary). The flower is prima and the cross are glass bugle and pearl bead.  I added a little sparkle, to give a youth full but kept together for the occasion.

MaggieEucharist

Oh yes, I have to mention that this is the very first time I am showcasing a little creation with my L letter press! I LOVE THIS THING!!! It is so chic…Seriously, when you use the cotton/paper and the de bossed look from the letter press, the card just reach new levels! I am definitely putting this baby more to use.  I just loved the polished background. This tool is a must for serious paper crafter.

My cross is a die cut from the silhouette library (resized and reshaped). I loved the way this cross came out. I first used my copics to bring some dimension then I applied embossing powder just in the cross itself, so the center of my cross  would stand out. On the surrounding swirls, I colored again with copics and played around with some shades and glamour dust…I was looking into bring a very regal and jewel like feel to the motif. One of the things I wanted to do is to add lots of dimension to this card, so it would feel like a little memento from the occasion itself.

So what did I learn? From now on I am getting stamps that can make my imagination fly away with ideas. Magnolia couple B for sure is one of them! How about you? Are you going to give a try into “new ways”?

Come and join us at Magnolia Stamp Lovers Challenge! This week we are all about dimensions! See you there!

Much luv

anaRy

This & That

¤ Markers & Pens: Copic  W00, W1, C00, C1, E0000, E00, E30, E33, E51, E53, E39, Rv0000, Rv00, Rv02, R20, YG11, YG25.

¤ Ink & stamps: Magnolia Stamp Wedding Couple B, memento ink, versa magic & distress ink.

¤ Embellishments: Glass bugle & pearl bead, glamour dust, prima flower, Twinkle mini jewels, ribbon and embossing powder.

¤ Embossing & Die cuts: L die cut de bossing pad, Silhouette die cut library, nestabilities.

¤ Paper: Nennah paper, recollections card stock.

¤ Tools: L letter press, big kick & Silhouette.
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22 comments:

Patti Jo said...

Anary you should have no fear for your coloring! You do beautiful work. Love how you found another use for the bride. Very creative! Your card turned out terrific!!!

Jennifer said...

A really lovely card and what a great use of Bridal Tilda...
hugs
Jennifer

ShirleyTACS said...

What a gorgeous card. Any little girl would be thrilled to have this special day commemorated this way. I love the way we can use our stamps in other ways than originally intended, don't you?

Billie's Scrappetique said...

Absolutely beautiful, Anary!

LINDA said...

Your card is Beautiful,it is great to take a stamp and make it into something else.
Linda W.

Diana Crick said...

Your card is so, so beautiful, a keepsake for sure!
hugs, Diana

Leonie said...

I love how you have recycled the bride into something you can use. very clever idea nd i love how you made the cross, both on Tilda and the background one. Fantastic card
Hugs Leonie

Karen W said...

Fabulous job on your card! You have given me nudge to se my letterpress.

Shelley said...

Perfect for that special occasion. Beautifully done. hugs Shelley

kraftykylie said...

Absolutely Stunning card, definitely a wonderful memento of a special day.
Big smiles to you
Kylie :D

Nancy said...

Beautiful card Anary! I love what you did with Tilda. The cross turned out gorgeous! Awesome job!
Hugs,
Nancy

Marlene said...

Wow - this is absolutely stunning!

Suzanne J Dean said...

Beautiful Anary and perfect for this occasion--gorgeous work my friend!

hugz,
Suzanne

A Cards Delight said...

Every time I see your cards I think...she can't get any better and then you rock the next one too!! Beautiful!

World of Michael Trent said...

GORGEOUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!

Lisa said...

Hi Anary!
Your cards are always stunning and you have another winner here! I love this and what a great idea for Tilda! You Rock Girlie!!!
Hugs,
Lisa

cabio's craft corner said...

Your creation is totally amazing Anary. Tilda looks gorgeous!
Hugs,
Cabio

Christine Riley said...

Wow, this is absolutely gorgeous, stunning!
Hugs, Christine

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Wow anary..this is SO beautifuL! and you have no worries about coloring girl! you are da bomb!! :)

Peggie said...

Pretty card. Love the cross with the glitters.

Handmade by Vivi said...

Oh my, Anary!! absolutely stunning and outstanding. gorgeous, marvelous!! OH MY GOSH!
you are so talented and creative!! I want to be like your and I grow up!!
xxx
Vivi

princesskitten said...

clever idea :-)

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