Monday, February 1, 2010

Willow with Umbrella WOJ Challenge #64

Here I am wishing for Spring again and the beautiful flowers that will bloom in May. In searching through my  Whiff of Joy stamps I found Willow with Umbrella that had not been inked yet. I couldn't believe my eyes because I thought I inked up a page of the new stamps as soon as I got them. What memories she brings of the smell of warm spring rains.
The paper is from Paper Pizazz Vintage Pad that a friend just gave me (Thanks Diane). I fell in love with the design and color of the paper and sure wish I could find more vintage paper similiar to this. The base of the card is made from Bazzill (Peas) paper and the matt is Deep Blue from Creative Memories.  I used a combination of Distressed Ink Faded Jeans and Milled Lavendar for the background behind Willow. Flowers were made from that wonderful vintage paper and a MS branch punch. Embellishments are Dew Drops and Stardust Stickles. Below is a picture of the copics used:

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"Hugs" Granny


Stef H said...

amazing how many copics it takes to color 1 picture isn't it - lol.

gorgeous card!

hugs :)

Nilla said...

Oh, this is adorable! Love the colors and very well colored image! Hugs Nilla

The Other Patti Sue said...

Your right... your card screams spring!

Heather Huggins said...

Beautiful!! Love the wonderful flowers!!

Bev said...

Oh wow!! What a sweet card, gorgeous image and papers and superb details x

Eulanda said...

Oooooh this is just gorgeous and I'm sure I've seen that sketch at WOJ this week? You certainly did it justice!! Beautiful and I just love that stamp!!


Fabulous creation Carol - the colours are gorgeous. Love the Willow image and those stunning flowers.
Hope you are well, and snow-free! (Spoke to my niece in Charlottesville yesterday, and they still have lots of snow apparently).
Hugs, Sylvia xxxx