Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Happy Birthday Nadine


Here is a simple card I sent to Nadine for her birthday today.  I hope she has a wonderful day of celebration.  I'm so glad we got to meet and hang out at CHA in Chicago.  Nadine is just as sweet in person as she is on the PTI forum.  Much love and Aloha today on your special day Nadine!

Card details:
  • Stamped the Glads and sentiment in white dye ink onto black cs
  • Colored image with prismacolor pencils and gelly roll pens
  • Cut border on card base using the rickrack border die
  • Adhered layers
  • Mailed with enough time so she receives it by today (I hope)!



All supplies Papertrey Ink unless noted

Stamps:  Year of Flowers: Gladiolus, Fillable Frames #4
Paper:  New Leaf, True Black
Ink:  White (memories)
Accessories:  prismacolor pencils, Gold and Rose Star gelly roll pens, rickrack border die (PTI)

12 comments:

Dana said...

This is amazing Sara. I love the look of the subtle colors on the black...so pretty and very unique, just like Nadine herself!

Amy said...

Oh I love your card edge using the rick rack die! Beautiful colors!

Amy said...

Oh I love your card edge using the rick rack die! Beautiful colors!

Nadine said...

Thank you so much for my card Sara. It is even more amazing IRL! The coloring on the flowers is just gorgeous. Soft, pretty, and shimmery! Im feeling the love alllllllll the way over here, lol!

BethieJ said...

Sara this is LOVELY!! You did a GREAT job on it!!

Laurie said...

Love those flowers on black Sara! So pretty!

Jennifer K said...

How thoughtful of you to send a card, Sara. It's so beautiful!

Chere M. said...

Sara,
Wow!!!! What a stunning card. So gorgeous. I have to try this.
Happy Birthday Nadine. Hope you had a great day. It was nice to meet you.
Chere

Suzanne said...

Sara, this is amazing. I admire people who color on their cards because the coloring always looks so fabulous, like it does here!

Niki Estes said...

Sara, this is so neat! I love the flowers on the black!

Amber said...

I love this!

Sue McRae said...

The soft colours on the black are so pretty!