It’s All About Flowers at Lacy Sunshine
Happy Sunday! It is beautiful in Oklahoma! I am ready for everything to start budding and blooming and me sneezing, but that's part of it! With that said, we have a new challenge for you over at the Lacy Sunshine Challenge Blog. This will be our 30th challenge and the theme is “flowers.” There is a loyalty program going on. Please make some time to check that out. You won't want to miss it.
For my flowers project, I chose a Flower Pot Pretties, Gemma Gerbera Daisy. Heather, artist and owner of Lacy Sunshine, has some of the most darling Flower Pot Pretties for you to play with. I colored Gemma with Copics, Spica pens, and a white gel pen. My cardstock is Rich Razzelberry and Old Olive from Stampin’ Up! The designer paper is from my stash.
E000, 00, 11, BV000, R20
Hair: E 50, 51, 53, 55, 57
Flowers: RV21, 69, 93, 95
Leaves: Y21, 25, 67
Flower Pot: E1, 15, 17, 18
Background: W0, 1, 2, RV21
This was a very simple layout, which I like. If at all possible when I am designing, I want that image to pop off the page. For “Gemma Gerbera Daisy” I die cut with a very old Spellbinder’s die, Scalloped Edge Frame (I have no idea if it is even available today). My daisies are cut from the Rich Razzelberry cardstock and a Sizzix Flower, Daisies #2 die. After cutting the daisies, I added some Clear Wink of Stella Brush Marker for that added sparkle. These brush markers are my favorite glitter markers, it’s glitter on steroids.
I hope you join us for our Lacy Sunshine’s 30th Flower challenge. And if you do use a Lacy Sunshine digital or rubber stamp image, we would love for you to join our Lacy Sunshine Facebook group and show us your little piece of art.
I am thrilled that you took the time to make a stop today. If you have any questions, please contact me.
AJ’s Design Artz
AJ’s Design Artz