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Lili of the Valley Teacher Card - www.quixoticcards.com

Teacher Card

Just a quick card to share with you today.

Our little niece needed a thank you card for her teacher this week, so I finally put this little Lili of the Valley cutie to use!

Lili of the Valley Teacher Card - www.quixoticcards.com

Papers are scraps from my overflowing scrap box.  I believe the cherry print is from an old Stampin’ Up pack.  Why cherries?  Our niece’s class is “Cherry”.  Perfecto!  I used Magnolia DooHickey dies to accent – the lace border and the swirls.  The letter stickers are from an Echo Park kit.

The image was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Make it Colour Blending Card and coloured with ShinHan Touch Twin Markers.

Lili of the Valley Teacher Card - www.quixoticcards.com

You Make Such a Difference

Today I’d like to share a card I created for a commission.  This was a fun one to create, and reminded me how much I enjoy making easel cards. 

The image is one of Mo Manning’s digital images – Erasmus.  The sentiment is by Lili of the Valley.

Mo Manning - Erasmus - www.quixoticcards.com

I coloured her with Copics on Make it Colour Blending Card.  Designer papers are a mix of The Girl’s Paperie – Paper Girl and Echo Park – Country Drive, both of which you can grab at Quixotic Paperie until midnight tonight (18th July 2011)!

The tags and label were all cut using Magnolia DooHickey Dies.  The scalloped border on the card front is part of the Whimsy Shapeology Double Scallop Border Die.  All layers were distressed using Distress Ink – Antique Linen.

Mo Manning - Erasmus - www.quixoticcards.com

Copics used:

Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E11, E95 Hair: E50, E53, E34 Outfit: G21, G24, G28, C2, C4, C6, BG70, BG72 Book/Paper: Y21, YR23, YR24, W00, W1, W3 Ground: E50, E53, E55, E44 Sky: B0000, B000

If you prefer your stamps in rubber, I have a great selection of Mo Manning’s images from the Stamping Bella range over at Quixotic Paperie, along with a selection of Mo Manning images in photopolymer from Stampavie!