Friday, January 15, 2016

Flowers and Robots

I had some fun the other day playing!  Finally feel like it as my ankle is feeling better but still swollen and bruised. (Hopefully I can wear shoes this weekend.)  I needed a card for the Technique Junkies 1 on 1 swap and found a technique that was a bonus on the 2004 (I think) CD.  I actually had done this "rolled" technique long before I got the CD and it was great for a refresher.

I used the Sweet Today Bundle and Journey Circles for the die cutting and went with a pink theme.

I have oodles of beads and embellishments so found this cute little pink heart that works perfectly for the flower center.  Love how this turned out!

I haven't decided if I like this card or not.  I'm not an "orange" fan.  I had pinned this sketch and  wanted to play with it.  I used part of the Pocket Card die to make the scallops but I do have Border Basics die set that has a great scallop in it.  Waiting, watching for the big brown truck....

To make the large circle I traced my White tape roll as I didn't have one in the Journey Circles large enough.  I did all stamping with Citrus Cooler but stamped just the heart of the robot with Black Licorice on Kiwi Slice card stock then glazed it after pop dotting it, too.  And I used my Stardust Clear Gel pen on her eyes to make them sparkle.

Sweet Today Bundle
Bot Love Bundle
Journey Blooms Bundle

Dies & Punches:
Journey Circles
Pocket Card
Border Basics

Bubble Gum
Sweet Berry
Citrus Cooler
Black Licorice
Citrus Cooler Silk

Sweet Berry
Whip Cream
Citrus Cooler
Basic Brights
Kiwi Slice

Special Celebrations Sequins
Journey Glaze


Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Two great cards Carol and am with you on orange but think this one works, and puzzling over the big brown truck though. :) Shaz in Oz.x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Love the floral card it really speaks to me. Not to diss your robot, any but I really like that floral card. The guy in the big brown truck never visits me anymore. I'll bet all the crafting places think I hate them.