“We have three images in this set. The image is a bouquet of freshly gathered tulips that captures laid-back country living, complete with a hobnail-trimmed milk pitcher. Two birthday sentiments round out this set that is just begging to be colored up this spring.”
And this is how I colored up my image:
I simply adore coloring Marcy’s images and this one is really fabulous!
This week the A Day For Daisies girls are showing off more of the It’s A Child’s World showcase of images. I chose to color the image called Three Helpers. Isn’t it wonderful?
The latest challenge at the A Day For Daisies blog is to USE DIMENSIONAL FLOWERS. I added a flower and some ribbon on top of my water colored panel before layering on my fussy cut, Copic colored image with foam mounting tape.
Today is my final card and post as an ADFD Design Team member. After 4 years, I felt like it was time to step down and let these girls take over. Maybe now I’ll have a little more personal time, which I’m sure my kids and grandkids will be glad to fill!
Happy Good Friday to you all! I don’ have many words today, but I do have lots of photos for you.
Since it’s the first Friday of a new month, it’s time for the latest Club Kit from A Day For Daisies! The April club kit is all about Chickens in Aprons (and in Pants)! We’re also showcasing Bunnies in Blossoms! Both of these series are so precious and just perfect for the upcoming Easter holiday.
I chose to color the adorable Chick in Pants! Isn’t this little fella cute??
Hey, everyone! It's a beautiful Spring day and it's Friday! How great is that?!
It's also time for another peak at the ADFD April 2014 Club Kit. For today, I colored up this adorable little Easter Bunny artist - it's called Easter Art.
My granddaughter Molly LOVES purple, so that probably had a little to do with my color choices here!
Can you see the Tiny Circles of translucent embossing paste? It adds a little texture and interest to a one layer card, don't you think? I also added some beautiful seam binding that was a gift from a dear friend! (Thanks, Bar!)
You can see the texture a little better from this angle:
I can't wait to color this little guy/girl up again using different sets of colors for the rest of the grandkids. They're all sure to love him as much as I do!
TGIF!! And it's almost Easter! Does that mean it will warm up at some point? I'm so tired of cold!!
Speaking of Friday….that means it's time for a new release from A Day For Daisies! This week is all about bunnies and flowers, or Bunnies in Blossoms. I chose to color up this precious Bunny in a Wildflower.
I just wanted to pop in for a second and show you this year's Easter cards for the grandkids. All 8 of them. Yeah, our kids have got to stop having kids!!
I tried to go simple but when you're making 8 cards, nothing seems simple enough!
Blue for the boys and pink for the girls, of course! I definitely won't be able to make the same cards for everyone much longer. The kids ages range from 14 years to 5 months. I guess eventually I'm going to have to graduate to making adult cards for the older ones!
This is what I put inside, another Silhouette cut:
The egg and flowers are all one image so in order to insert the basket I had to cut along the upper lines of the flowers, starting at the right and leaving only the last little flower in front of the egg on the left attached. Here's a better view:
We hope you'll play along in this challenge with us! You can get all the details at the Flourishes blog! Please drop by and see what all of the super-talented FTTC team members have created for your inspiration: