Saturday, December 4, 2010

Joy and Cheer

Well Good Saturday afternoon everyone.  I am feeling much better today and the swelling around my eyes is starting to go down a little.  It will be good to be back to normal.  At least I was able to see to do this card.  Actually what inspired this card was the Stamping 411 Sketch today.  And, most of the card was done in My Digital Studio, then printed out, Bow attached with brad and coloring done to the image, and then attached to the cherry cobbler card stock (base).  Then I spritzed it a little with some vanilla shimmer spritz.  How easy is that!

I had gotten a little of the antibiotic salve in my eyes, so the coloring is not the best.  I should have waited until it cleared, but I was excited to get it done.  Below is what I printed out.

So here are the items I used in My Digital Studio:

Stamps: Winter Post, Wishes & Greetings
Designer Kit: Christmas Cheer Designer Series Paper, Christmas Cheer elements
Ribbon: Seam Binding Always Artichoke
Card Stock: Marina Mist

Stampin' Up! items I used to finish up card:

Markers: Cherry Cobbler, Marina Mist, Basic Gray
Ribbon: Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding (Bow)
Brad: Glimmer Brights
Card Base: Cherry Cobbler Card Stock

Thanks for looking and please leave a comment!


Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

I just love it and your color choices. Fabulous!

Kerin said...

This is so pretty, and I love that you used MDS!!

Unknown said...

So pretty Jonia! I just love Winter Post!

Nancy said...

I'm so glad to hear you're feeling better Jonia! You understand that you're completely hooked on cardmaking when you're making them with swollen eyes and antibiotic salve in them, right? lol Your card is beautiful! I really love that color combination!...Nancy :o)

Patti Chesky said...

Great job showing how versatile MDS is. This card rocks!

gbarron56 said...

wow -- great way to use MDS and great job on the sketch! Thanks so much for playing along at Stamping 411 this week! Blessings, Gretchen

Connie Babbert said...

Very cool to use MDS! Great job with the sketch!

Selene Kempton said...

I love the hybrid card you created! What a wonderful idea!